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Benjamin Netanyahu Keeps Going to Sleep No More, Because Apparently He Really Loves Masks

Benjamin Netanyahu is a huge fan of the theatrical hit of 2011. According to “Page Six,” the Israeli Prime Minister stopped by Sleep No More this week, where, like all audience members, he wore a white mask, and got to explore the Macbeth-slash-1920s-sex-party adventures the show is known for. So ... More »

200,000 Israelis expected in “Kurdistan” once independence is declared

According to the magazine Israel-Kurd based in Erbil, the Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu and Massoud Barzani, the self-appointed President of the future independent Kurdistan, have reached a secret agreement. Tel-Aviv is committed to installing 200 000 Israelis of Kurdish origin in Kurdistan. Show More Summary

The Latest: Mexicans dig through rubble as quake toll rises

The Latest on a major earthquake that has struck Mexico (all times local): 4:10 a.m. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office says it has received a request for assistance from … Click to Continue »

Netanyahu: Trump Is Changing the World by Supporting Israel

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned of a "vast Iranian Islamist empire" that could one day wield nuclear weapons because of the 2015 deal.

Israel's Netanyahu vows to fight 'Iranian curtain'

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed Tuesday to fight an "Iranian curtain" descending on the Middle East, pledging not to allow Tehran to establish a permanent presence in Syria. "From the Caspian Sea to the Mediterranean,...Show More Summary

How Netanyahu’s son became the poster boy for white supremacists

The eldest son of Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has found himself an unlikely poster boy for David Duke, a former Ku Klux Klan leader, and the neo-Nazi website Daily Stormer. The affinity between Netanyahu’s Israel and the west’s far-right is understandable. Show More Summary

Egypt's Sisi, Israel's Netanyahu meet for first time in public

CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have met for the first time in public in what Egypt said was part of an effort to revive the Middle East peace process.

Egypt says Sisi met Israel PM at UN for first public talks

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi met Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in New York to discuss the Middle East peace process in their first public talks, his office said on Tuesday. Sisi emphasised the importance of "resuming negotiations between the Israeli and Palestinian sides to reach a comprehensive solution," the statement said. Show More Summary

Trump says he will decide whether to kill Iran nuclear agreement 'very soon'

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"You'll see very soon," Trump told reporters before a meeting with a prominent critic of the Iran deal, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.        

Trump Sees ‘Good Chance’ for Middle East Peace

President Trump told Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that he wants to achieve an Israeli-Palestinian peace deal and that he still believes doing so is possible, Haaretz reports. Said Trump: “We are going to discuss peace between Israel and the [...]

United Nations: What’s President Trump Up To As The General Assembly Begins?

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Trump arrived the U.N. at 9:50 a.m. before meetings with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and French President Emmanuel Macron.

Neo-Nazi Andrew Anglin Defends Prime Minister Netanyahu’s Son

In a strange turn of events, the self-affirmed Neo-Nazi and head internet troll behind The Daily Stormer website has appeared recently on Israeli news to support Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s son, Yair, for his purportedly antisemitic memes posted online. Show More Summary

Netanyahu strengthened by investigations

Two judicial inquiries have been initiated probing into the Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu and another one initiated into his wife's, Sara's, affairs. These investigations came after his predecessor, Ehud Barak, launchedShow More Summary

Netanyahu Finally Supports a Two-State Solution — In Iraq

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu redoubles Israeli support for Iraqi Kurds’ upcoming independence referendum.

Netanyahu Is Not Israel's Trump. He's Awful in His Own Way.

Debbie Hill, Pool via AP Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, left, shakes hands with U.S. President Donald Trump at the Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum in Jerusalem.  I f Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin NetanyahuShow More Summary

Israel, Colombia pledge cooperation in post-conflict era

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos are pledging to strengthen ties in areas like science and tourism as Colombia transitions into a post-conflict era. Netanyahu … Click to Continue »

Why two Israeli Supreme Court rulings could hurt Netanyahu's governing coalition

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s fragile governing coalition was dealt another setback Wednesday after back-to-back rulings by the Supreme Court stunned the country’s Orthodox Jewish establishment. In one far-reaching decision, the court overturned the law granting ultra-Orthodox Jewish...

Israeli leader in Argentina, lauds effort to solve 1994 Jewish center bombing

By Hugh Bronstein and Eliana Raszewski BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday used the first Latin America visit of a sitting Israeli prime minister to praise President Mauricio Macri's effort to solve the bombing of a Buenos Aires Jewish center in 1994 that killed 85 people. Show More Summary

‘He is controlling the world’: Racists praise Netanyahu’s son for anti-Semitic attack on George Soros

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The son of Israeli Prime Minister is being praised by racists after posting an anti-Semetic cartoon blaming his family’s legal troubles on billionaire investor George Soros. “Yair Netanyahu, the son of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, posted an image on his Facebook page Saturday that...

Cancel Iran nuclear deal, Netanyahu says in Argentina

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Tuesday that the nuclear deal between world powers and Iran should be amended or canceled. Speaking in Buenos Aires alongside Argentine President Mauricio Macri, Netanyahu said he wanted to correct the impression in recent media reports that Israel's position on the 2015 deal had softened. Show More Summary

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