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Several dead after Israeli joint security forces raid in West Bank

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Israel and Sudan finalize text of peace agreement, says Israeli foreign minister
Israel and Sudan have finalized the text of a peace agreement to be signed "later this year," Israeli Foreign Minister Eli Cohen announced on Thursday.
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Israel targets Gaza with airstrikes after intercepting rocket attack
Israel carried out airstrikes in Gaza early on Thursday after intercepting a rocket attack from the coastal enclave, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) said.
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Iranian couple handed prison sentence for dancing in the streets
An Iranian couple, both social media influencers, have been given lengthy prison sentences after a video emerged of them dancing in a main square in the capital Tehran.
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Netanyahu outlines vision for two-state solution -- without Palestinian sovereignty
Netanyahu signaled clearly that it is extremely unlikely Israel and the Palestinians will make any measurable progress toward a long-term peace anytime soon.
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'It's all empty promises': Palestinians feel betrayed by US, warn there's only so much they can bear
Abu A'asem brews pot after pot of his specialty Arabic coffee, despite the pouring rain. His corner stand at the heart of Ramallah is always busy, no matter the weather, but his future as a Palestinian is very much as gloomy as the skies above.
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Netanyahu's strategy: Don't get 'hung up' on peace with Palestinians first
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said people can get "hung up" on peace negotiations with the Palestinians, saying he has opted for a different approach in an interview with CNN's Jake Tapper on Tuesday.
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The bare-chested boxer who became a hero to Iran's protest movement
The video was instantly viral: Cell phone footage from anti-government protests in Iran's Kurdish city of Sanandaj showed a bare-chested man wielding a knife, encircled by about a dozen regime forces armed with guns.
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Blinken visit reaches new urgency as Israeli, Palestinian tensions boil
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken's trip to Israel and the West Bank may have been in the works for weeks, but it couldn't come at a more pressing time. Both Palestinians and Israelis have suffered bloodshed in the last few days, and fears are growing that the situation will spiral out of control.
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Israel was behind drone attacks at military plant in Iran, US media report
US officials believe drone attacks at a military plant in Iran's central city of Isfahan were carried out by Israel, according to US media reports.
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Drones attack military plant in Iran, Tehran says
Drones attacked a military plant in Iran's central city of Isfahan, Tehran said on Sunday.
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Settlements to be 'strengthened' in wake of Jerusalem attacks, Israeli PM says
Israel will "take steps to strengthen settlement" in response to shooting attacks in Jerusalem Friday and Saturday, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said.
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Hundreds injured, 3 dead, as earthquake hits Iran
At least three people were killed and more than 800 injured when a 5.9 magnitude earthquake struck Iran on Saturday night local time, according to Iranian news agencies.
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Massive fire breaks out at oil refinery in Iran
A massive fire broke out at an oil refinery in northwestern Iran on Saturday, the semi-official Fars News Agency reported.
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Two wounded in shooting in Jerusalem, police say, after synagogue attack leaves seven dead
Two people were wounded in a shooting attack in Jerusalem on Saturday, emergency services say, the day after a gunman killed at least seven people near a synagogue in the city.
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At least seven dead in Jerusalem synagogue attack, Israeli police say
Israeli police say at least seven people were killed and three were injured in a shooting near a synagogue in Jerusalem on Friday amid high tensions in Israel and the Palestinian territories.
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Lethal Israeli raid marks deadliest day in over a year
Israeli forces killed nine Palestinians and wounded several others in the West Bank city of Jenin on Thursday, the Palestinian Ministry of Health said, prompting the Palestinian Authority to suspend its security coordination with Israel.
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Gun attack on Azerbaijan embassy in Tehran kills security chief
A gunman entered Azerbaijan's embassy in the Iranian capital and killed one person on Friday, the foreign ministries of Iran and Azerbaijan confirmed in separate statements, with both citing different motives for the deadly attack.
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The world looks on as Erdogan jockeys for a third decade of power in Turkey
Turkey is less than four months away from a presidential election that could extend the 20-year rule of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan into a third decade. Analysts say that the result may be a close call for the long-term leader.
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As Israel bans Palestinian flags, one artist protests with his brush
This month, new Israeli National Security Minister Itamar Ben Gvir ordered police to take down Palestinian flags in any public place in Israel, claiming they are a rallying symbol for terrorists. At least one Israeli artist felt forced to respond to Ben Gvir's decree.
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Iran's amassed enough material for 'several nuclear weapons,' says IAEA chief
Diplomatic efforts to prevent Iran developing a nuclear weapon should restart, said International Atomic Energy Agency chief Rafael Grossi, who warned that Tehran has amassed enough material for "several nuclear weapons."
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Iran's regime is trying to execute its way out of trouble
The cries of the women outside a Tehran courthouse swell to a collective wail. The gathering is reminiscent of a vigil, but it is one of the vestiges of a nationwide uprising that has all but died down after the Iranian judiciary's breathless handing down of death sentences in recent weeks.
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Netanyahu dismisses key ally Aryeh Deri after High Court order
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu dismissed key ally Aryeh Deri from all ministerial posts on Sunday, complying with an Israeli High Court ruling that it was unreasonable to appoint the Shas party leader to positions in government.
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Lebanon to restore UN payments 'immediately' after losing voting rights in General Assembly
Lebanon vowed to restore its payments to the UN's operating budget on Friday after losing its right to vote in the 193-member UN General Assembly, according to the country's state-owned National News Agency (NNA).
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Israel's democracy on the brink amid supreme court showdown with Netanyahu
Israel's highest court this week ordered Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to fire a key ally, a dramatic move amid an unprecedented confrontation between his government and the judiciary.
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Iran hands short jail term to man who beheaded 17-year-old wife
An Iranian man who beheaded his 17-year-old wife in February 2022 was sentenced to just eight years and two months in prison on Wednesday, according to the country's semi-official Khabar Online website, sparking criticism over the leniency of the prison term.
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