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Today's top stories 17.11.17

  1. Following months of relative quiet, a Palestinian teenager rammed his vehicle into Israeli bystanders while attempting to stab an IDF officer before getting shot.
  2. Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir declared that Saudi Arabia's involvement in conflicts in the Middle East came as a natural reaction to the Iranian aggression, warning the Islamic Republic that "enough is enough."
  3. IDF Chief of Staff Gadi Eisenkot said that Iranian actions in Lebanon could lead to an all-out conflagration, but at the present state, the Israeli military chief asserted that he does not see a high chance of an imminent escalation.

Today's top stories 16.11.17

  1. Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman declared that Israel “would not allow Syria to become a forward outpost against the State of Israel," while emphasizing that “The IDF is well-prepared and ready for any scenario."
  2. French President Emmanuel Macron said he has invited Lebanon's prime minister Saad al-Hariri and his family to France, seeking to defuse a brewing crisis in the Middle East.
  3. Israel offered medical aid, via the Red Cross, to victims of the disastrous earthquake on the border region of Iraq and Iran, which claimed the lives of more than 400 peoples and wounded countless others.

Today's top stories 15.11.17

  1. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reiterated last night that Israel would not permit Iran to turn Syria into a base against the Jewish state.
  2. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov emphasizes that, contrary to Western allegations, the Iranian presence in Syria was legitimate, while emphasizing that Moscow did not promise to withdraw Iranian troops and pro-Iranian militias from Syria.
  3. In what is considered to be a historic move, for the first time Israel co-sponsored a Saudi resolution against the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad at the United Nations Human Rights Council.
  4. United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres said he was very concerned by escalating tensions between Saudi Arabia and Lebanon, while emphasizing that it was essential to make every necessary effort to avert any new conflict.

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