14/09/2012

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IAEA passes resolution rebuking Iran over nuclear program

Amid Israeli threat to strike Iran, 35-nation board of the UN nuclear agency adopts resolution voicing 'serious concern' about Iran's nuclear progress, while stating a peaceful diplomatic solution is desired.

by Reuters

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U.S.: Iran 'systematically demolishing' facility at Parchin

U.S. strike on Iran could lead to all-out Mideast war, experts say

Russia, China agree to back IAEA resolution critical of Iran

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Russia, China agree to back IAEA resolution critical of Iran

Amid U.S.-Israel tension over Iran's nuclear program, West persuades Russia and China to adopt a resolution demanding that Iran halt any action that could promote development of nuclear bomb.

by The Associated Press

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Clinton's slap in the face

Clinton rejects Netanyahu's call for 'red lines' over Iran nuclear program

Netanyahu: Those that refuse to set red lines for Iran can't give Israel red light

IAEA passes resolution rebuking Iran over nuclear program

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Netanyahu’s Iran comments cause American media stir

‘Red line’ comments renewed tensions between Washington and Jerusalem.

by Natasha Mozgovaya

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White House declines Netanyahu request to meet with Obama

Obama phones Netanyahu after White House snubs Israeli PM’s request to meet

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New poll: Majority of Americans oppose military strike on Iran

As tensions mount between Israel and the U.S. over Iran, a poll by the Chicago Council for Global Affairs shows widespread support for the Administration’s cautious policies.

by Chemi Shalev

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Netanyahu’s challenge: Keeping Iran on boil until November

Netanyahu: Those that refuse to set red lines for Iran can't give Israel red light

White House declines Netanyahu request to meet with Obama

U.S. strike on Iran could lead to all-out Mideast war, experts say

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On 9/11 anniversary, U.S. envoy to Israel commemorates victims, cautions against nuclear Iran

U.S. Ambassador Daniel B. Shapiro leads ceremony at Israeli 9/11 memorial in Jerusalem, attended by relatives of Israeli victims.

by Mordechai I. Twersky

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9/11 first responders find respite

Obama commemorates 9/11 victims at Pentagon ceremony

Shofar so good

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The top 8 headlines you might have missed / Haaretz Newsline, September 11

From Netanyahu’s criticism of the international community over its position on Iran, to the Red Hot Chili Peppers in Tel Aviv, Haaretz sums up the top headlines from Israel, the Middle East, and the Jewish World.

by Haaretz

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After one-month rift over Iran issue, Peres, Netanyahu meet in private

The meeting was an effort to mend the rift between the President and the Prime Minister, after Peres said that Israel must not strike Iran’s nuclear facilities without U.S.support.

by Barak Ravid

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Netanyahu aides: In opposing Israeli attack on Iran, Peres forgot his place

Former Israeli President Yitzhak Navon backs Peres on Iran statements

Top Israeli official: U.S. refusal to set 'red lines' helps Iran reach nuclear goals

In secret visit to Israel, U.K. officials warn Netanyahu against unilateral attack on Iran

Netanyahu: Those that refuse to set red lines for Iran can't give Israel red light

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IAEA demands immediate access to suspected Iranian nuclear weapons site

Yukiya Amano, director general of UN's nuclear watchdog says it is 'frustrating' that no concrete progress had been made in talks between Iran, IAEA geared at resolving nuclear standoff.

by Reuters

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Clinton rejects Netanyahu's call for 'red lines' over Iran nuclear program

U.S.: Iran 'systematically demolishing' facility at Parchin

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U.A.E. official: We will strike in Iran if Iranian terror squads target Gulf states

Speaking to al-Arabiya network, Dubai's police chief warns of Muslim Brotherhood takeover of Syria in wake of Assad's possible ouster.

by Avi Issacharoff

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German FM to Netanyahu: Israeli strike on Iran nuclear sites could fracture international coalition

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Romney: Iran's nuclear progress is Obama's biggest foreign policy failure

Speaking to NBC's 'Meet the Press,' Republican presidential candidate says Tehran closer to achieving nuclear capabilities than when Obama entered office in 2008.

by Natasha Mozgovaya and Haaretz

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Netanyahu 'lost his temper,' reprimanded U.S. envoy over Iran, says congressman

U.S. Senators McCain, Lieberman, Graham urge tougher stand on Syria, Iran

Obama's lead over Romney grows

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Iran military official says Tehran set to unveil long-range cruise missile

Speaking to Press TV, Iran's deputy defense minister says Islamic Republic will 'soon' display the Meshkat missile, with a reported range of 2,000 kilometers.

by Haaretz

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German FM to Netanyahu: Israeli strike on Iran nuclear sites could fracture international coalition

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Report: Amid talk of new nuclear sanctions, Iran's currency hits record low

Semi-official Iranian news agency says rial drops 7 percent in a single day to 24,300 rials to the dollar, in what could be the effect of the West's financial measures against Tehran.

by The Associated Press and Haaretz

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Crippling sanctions and isolation likely to drag Iran back to the negotiating table

EU preparing new sanctions on Iran over nuclear program

German FM to Netanyahu: Israeli strike on Iran nuclear sites could fracture international coalition

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Reshuffling the deck: Barak now opposes Israeli strike on Iran, sources say

People who have met the defense minister in recent weeks say he cites his objections with the same conviction and skill he used to support an attack just two months ago.

by Yossi Verter

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Barak hints U.S. military preparations may eliminate Israel's need for Iran strike

Barak rejects reports he now opposes Israeli strike on Iran

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Deputy U.S. army chief arrives in Israel, amid continued debate on nuclear Iran

Admiral James A. Winnefeld makes unannounced visit, to meet Israeli security officials and discuss the countries' continued military cooperation.

by Gili Cohen

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Report: U.S. General Dempsey says he does not want to be 'complicit' in Israeli attack on Iran

Senior U.S. intelligence official: Israel won't strike Iran before November

Barak hints U.S. military preparations may eliminate Israel's need for Iran strike

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Netanyahu, the serial violator of Israeli gag orders

Senior Haaretz analyst Amir Oren says Netanyahu's outrage over leaks from the security cabinet is laughable in light of Netanyahu's own leaks over the attack on a nuclear reactor in Syria.

by Amir Oren

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Netanyahu cancels security cabinet meeting, citing information leak

Netanyahu rebukes Mofaz for 'irresponsible' remarks on Iran policy

Netanyahu mulls polygraph tests for ministers after Iran discussion leaked

 

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Photo: A Tel Aviv beach on Friday.  Hundreds of thousands of tourists are visiting Israel each month. Nearly 300,000 tourists arrived in Israel in July, a record for the month and an 8% increase over the previous July. The Israeli Tourism Ministry: ‘Each month of 2012 has set an all-time record for the month.’    Iran, a ‘threat to Israel’ ?

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