Benjamin Netanyahu

Israel “closer than ever” to strike Iran, report

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Israel’s Channel 10 News reported on its Monday night broadcast that Israel is now “closer than ever” to striking Iran’s

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Israel may attack Iran as early as October

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With reports of probable attack by Israel on nuclear installations of Iran, the battle for psychological ascendancy between the Iran-Syria-Hezbollah

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Romney to back Israel if Iran strike is needed

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US Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney would back Israel if it were to decide it had to use military force

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Early Israeli elections canceled, speculation of Iran attack

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In a dramatic turn of events that could influence a possible Israeli strike on Iran, Israeli media reports early Tuesday

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Israel’s PM calls for early elections in September

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu confirmed Sunday he is moving to dismantle what has been considered one of the more

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Obama, Netanyahu at odds over talks with Iran

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Exposing a rift with Israel, President Obama on Sunday insisted that the U.S. has not “given anything away” in new

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Netanyahu: UN Human Rights Council "should be ashamed of itself"

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Israel has severed all contact with the UN Human Rights Council after accusing the body of bias for ordering an

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Iran’s nuclear sites volnerable to U.S. bunker-busters, report

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U.S. military planners, are increasingly confident about their ability to deliver a serious blow against world’s most unusual nuclear sites known as Fordow , built into mountain bunkers in northwest Iran, should the president ever order an attack.

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Netanyahu gaffe highlights mistrust

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A candid moment between French and US presidents has laid bare the testy relationship between Benjamin Netanyahu and Israel’s allies,

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Bachmann pushes Obama to apologize to Israel’s PM for candid comments caught on an open mic

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Republican presidential hopeful Michele Bachmann called on President Barack Obama Tuesday to apologize to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for

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