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Pence and Pompeo's Turkish mission impossible (2)
Trump dispatches his top deputy and his top diplomat to convince Erdogan to reverse his assault on northeastern Syria. By Jake Sherman 10/17/19, 3:25 PM CET Updated 10/17/19, 3:56 PM CET ANKARA, Turkey - From the outset, the mission had long odds. President Donald Trump dispatched Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo here to the Turkish capital to try to convince Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reverse his assault on northeastern Syria
Peace with Israel a let-down for Jordan (1)
Ray Hanania October 16, 2019 15:25 Follow @arabnews Ray Hanania October 16, 2019 15:25 Peace with Israel a let-down for Jordan Ray Hanania October 16, 2019 15:25 Yitzhak Rabin and Bill Clinton congratulate King Hussein after his speech at the Israeli-Jordanian peace treaty signing ceremony in 1994.
Netanyahu requests pardon from Putin for Israeli woman jailed in Russia (1)
Prime minister sends official request to the Russian president for a reprieve for Naama Issachar's seven-and-a-half year sentence By JTA October 17, 2019, 3:06 pm Naama Issachar Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sent an official request to Russian President Vladimir Putin to pardon an Israeli-American woman sentenced in Russia to 7 1/2 years in prison after being convicted of smuggling marijuana into the country.
Right bloc vows not to join minority government (1)
The three MKs from the New Right - Ayelet Shaked, Naftali Bennett and Matan Kahane - refused to sign the document, calling the pledge "unnecessary." By Gil Hoffman October 16, 2019 20:24 Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during the swearing in of the 22'd Knesset . (photo credit: RONEN ZVULUN / REUTERS) Fifty-two of the MKs in Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Right-religious bloc signed a pledge on Wednesday to not join a minority government formed
Benjamin Netanyahu in a holding pattern (2)
Netanyahu hasn't given up yet and is keeping his mandate with over a week until the October 24 deadline. By Lahav Harkov October 15, 2019 22:06 4 minute read. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gestures as he speaks during a memorial ceremony for Israeli soldiers killed in the 1973 Middle East War at Mount Herzl Military Cemetery in Jerusalem October 10, 2019.