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Gaza Sea Blockade to Remain After Turkey Deal: Netanyahu

JERUSALEM (AFP) – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday his country’s maritime blockade on the Gaza Strip would remain in place following a deal with Turkey to normalise relations.

An Israeli navy vessel enters the southern port of Ashdod after intercepting the French yacht Dignite/Al Karama carrying pro-Palestinian activists in international waters as it tried to reach Gaza in defiance of Israel's naval blockade on the tiny Palestinian territory on July 19, 2011.

Israeli City Frets About Chemical Depot After Hezbollah Threat

The mayor of Haifa implored Israel’s prime minister on Tuesday to remove an industrial chemical depot from the northern city, saying a veiled threat by Lebanon’s Hezbollah militia to shell the site put as many as a million people in

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Israel Charges Palestinians it Says Were Recruited by Hezbollah

Israel has charged five Palestinians who it says were being recruited and funded by powerful Lebanese faction Hezbollah to monitor Israel’s military activity and carry out a suicide attack, police said on Wednesday. Suicide bombings were frequently mounted by Palestinian

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Tel Aviv Rocked by Terrorist Shooting on Central Thoroughfare

TEL AVIV – Tel Aviv was rocked Friday by an apparent shooting attack in which two people were killed and at least seven were wounded. The shooting attack took place at a central Tel Aviv pub on bustling Dizengoff Street,

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