Nasrallah said Thursday that Hezbollah is getting precision rockets despite Israeli actions to cut smuggling routes through Syria. 'I suggest that he think not twice but twenty times,' Netanyahu says
Noa Landau is diplomatic correspondent for Haaretz. Prior to this, she served as head of the news department and editor of Haaretz English Edition. She is also a member of the newspaper’s editorial board.
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Spain's foreign minister said he will launch an 'intensive' consultation process with his EU counterparts to set a timetable for achieving a common position on recognizing Palestine
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The new migrants will be accepted on the grounds that they already have children who migrated to Israel
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Israeli Justice Minister Hits Back at European Parliament Over West Bank Village's Planned Demolition
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