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On Tuesday, at least six European member states voted to block an EU resolution condemning the US peace plan.

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Tuesday night’s explosion at the Beirut port, which has claimed over 135 lives so far, marked a new low for an already demoralized public in Lebanon.

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Nearly 1,000 Jews visited the Temple Mount in Jerusalem on Thursday morning, July 30, to mark the fast day of Tisha B’Av.

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Iran upped the rhetoric with images of masses of missiles, which it claims are the first of their type being shot from underground areas.

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Israel signed the first part of an agreement with California-based Arcturus to have first access to its novel coronavirus vaccine.

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Russia conducted a massive combat readiness check last week after a surprise drill was called for by President Vladimir Putin.

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Hezbollah continues to bolster its cache of weapons by storing them in densely-populated urban locations around Lebanon, a new study has revealed.

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Israel’s Ofek 16 satellite successfully made it into orbit over Iran Monday and is expected to send back its first high-resolution pictures by next week.

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Yet another massive fire last weekend damaged a power plant in Iran’s Khuzestan province. Iran, once again, called it an accident.

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Goals for Russia, Turkey and Iran are converging in Syria, undermining the US role in eastern Syria and isolating US partner forces like Israel.

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