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- Intel: Why cease-fire deal won’t stop Yemen’s suffering
- Intel: What’s behind latest US sanctions and bounties on Hezbollah and Hamas
- Israeli right fears new CongressFor the next two years, Israeli settlers and their right-wing supporters will no longer enjoy unlimited access to the House of Representatives.
- Putin, Netanyahu struggle to mend ties in ParisDespite the brief meeting on the margins of the Paris Peace Forum, Vladimir Putin and Benjamin Netanyahu seem to have failed to fully mend bilateral ties damaged over the downed Russian spy plane.
- Congress seeks more control over North Africa counterterror programLawmakers want a coherent strategy for the desert region from the Donald Trump administration.
- Sanctions push Rouhani to boost state involvement in Iran’s economyThe impact of the re-imposed US sanctions has forced the Rouhani administration to shift its market-oriented approach to the economy to focus on active involvement by the state.
- Intel: Why Israel and Hamas aren’t itching for a fight
- Unlike officials, Iranian aid worker praised for reviving quake-hit areaOn the first anniversary of a deadly quake in western Iran, officials are still under fire for abandoning survivors. Meanwhile, a female charity worker's performance is raising eyebrows.
- No deal with Hamas will pay off for IsraelIsrael's military leadership continues to support efforts to reach an arrangement with Hamas despite knowing that any cease-fire will enable the group to increase its military capabilities.
- Lebanon's only carnivorous plant kept safe in private nature preserveTwo decades ago, a restauranteur bought a chunk of unique land that he considered paradise — and now he's discovered just how special it is.