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- Turkey threatens new military operation into Syria (AP)
- Israel delegation ends first part of talks on Lebanon maritime border, to resume Thursday (Haaretz)
- New deaths as fighting over Nagorno-Karabakh keeps flaring (AP)
- Netanyahu, Friedman ink deal expanding scientific cooperation to settlements (Haaretz)
- LGBT rights bill falls as lawmakers from Gantz's party abstain (Haaretz)
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