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Babylon & BeyondAs elsewhere, readers and leaders in Israel were waiting on Sunday for the WikiLeaks shoe to drop. Israel is included in a long list of countries that received a heads up from the U.S. about possible diplomatic embarrassment ahead. Prime......
The Swampby Mark Silva Hillary Rodham Clinton, "chief diplomat for the United States of America,'' maintains that North Korea's provocative missile launches demand "very strong action,'' and says flatly that the United States would be forced to respond if Iran...
Babylon & BeyondIsrael continues to negotiate with the U.S. in an attempt to find the right formula for investigating the flotilla raid that will satisfy everyone. Decision-makers are juggling protecting Israel from an international investigation with protecting...
Babylon & BeyondFour years after Gilad Shalit was captured by Palestinian militants in a cross-border raid, his family embarked Sunday on a campaign to heighten pressure on Israel's government to make a deal for the release their son. Noam and Aviva Shalit......
Babylon & BeyondTwo years ago Tzipi Livni and Ahmed Qurei had a standing rendezvous at Jerusalem's King David Hotel, at least twice a week, to hash over hotly disputed issues such as borders, refugees and the future of Jerusalem. Back then meetings......
EUROPE Bin Laden urges troop withdrawal In a new audiotape, Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden demanded that European nations withdraw their troops from Afghanistan, saying they were sacrificing lives and money in an unjust U.S.-led war. "We are not...
Former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert was indicted on three out of the four corruption-related charges standing against him at Jerusalem District Court Sunday, making this the first criminal indictment ever filed against any past or present Israeli prime...
KTLA NewsJERUSALEM (AP) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu endorsed a Palestinian state beside Israel for the first time on Sunday, reversing himself under U.S. pressure but attaching conditions such as having no army that the Palestinians swiftly...
Times Staff WriterJERUSALEM — Scores of battle-hardened Palestinians signed pledges to renounce violence against Israel and turned in their weapons Sunday, accepting the Israeli government's first collective offer of clemency in 14 years for gunmen listed as wanted...
Tags: Israel, Heads of State, Crimes, Palestine, Government
Times Staff WritersJerusalem — AS a young paratrooper 40 years ago, Moshe Amirav felt the unmistakable touch of history. Ignoring a minor head wound suffered in the capture of East Jerusalem from Jordanian forces, Amirav raced through the winding lanes of the Old...
Tags: Israel, Career and Workplace, Crimes, Palestine, Government
Compiled by Times staff writersThe current fighting in Lebanon began July 12, and at least 360 Lebanese and 36 Israelis have died. Here is a recap of major events so far: July 12 Fighters with Hezbollah, the Shiite Islamic militia that controls much of south Lebanon, cross the...
Tags: Israel, G8, Government, Religious Conflicts, Condoleezza Rice
Lobbying rips off the public Re "New anthrax vaccine sunk by lobbying," a Times investigation, Dec. 2 The influence of lobbyists becomes more blatant and destructive to the public interest every day. We simply must put an end to it. As long as...
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