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Netanyahu to meet Putin over 'recent development' in Syria

Netanyahu to meet Putin over 'recent development' in Syria

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that he will meet Russian President Vladimir Putin in Russia next week to discuss "recent development" in Syria.

Hundreds rally in support of Israel's Netanyahu

Hundreds rally in support of Israel's Netanyahu

Netanyahu is expected to address the gathering, as long as the turnout is as impressive as hoped. No one in the party has come out against Netanyahu yet reflecting both loyalty and the fear of crossing him.

Modi, Netanyahu make waves with barefoot stroll on beach

The two leaders spent some time on the beach and had a long chat standing ankle deep in the waters with waves hitting their feet.

As part of Asia pivot, Netanyahu pushes Israeli hi-tech in China

As part of Asia pivot, Netanyahu pushes Israeli hi-tech in China

More than 100 technology executives have joined Netanyahu on the visit, with meetings planned with Chinese business leaders.

Israel's Netanyahu urges Britain to join Iran sanctions

Israel's Netanyahu urges Britain to join Iran sanctions

Ahead of his talks with British Prime Minister Theresa May, Netanyahu said other nations should follow new US President Donald Trump's imposition of sanctions against Iran following a ballistic missile test.

Netanyahu welcomes US House vote on settlements

"After the outrageous anti-Israel resolution at the UN, the US House of Representatives voted (Thursday) resoundingly to support Israel and reject this one-sided resolution," Netanyahu said in a statement.

Netanyahu slams Kerry speech as biased against Israel

Netanyahu slams Kerry speech as biased against Israel

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu condemned a speech by US Secretary of State John Kerry on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict today as biased against Israel and more focused on settlements than Palestinian violence.

Netanyahu admits Israel hit Hezbollah-bound arms in Syria

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu openly admitted on Monday for the first time that Israel had attacked dozens of convoys transporting weapons in Syria destined for the Jewish state's arch-enemy Hezbollah.

Netanyahu vows to defeat 'knife terror' after three new attacks

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed on Monday that Israel would not bow to "knife terror" as three new stabbings in Jerusalem spread more fear among Israelis and Palestinian unrest showed little sign of slowing.

Moscow delivers warplanes to Syria in latest boost to regime

Moscow delivers warplanes to Syria in latest boost to regime

Russia has delivered new arms including warplanes to Syria as the regime increases attacks on jihadists, officials said Tuesday, in a sign that Moscow`s growing support for its ally is having an effect.