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Today's top stories 23.03.18

  1. The Islamist Hamas organization announce that as part of an operation of its security forces, they have managed to locate and kill the prime suspect in last week's assassination attempt against Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah.
  2. Syrian Islamists withdrew in busloads from a town in eastern Ghouta and handed it over to the Syrian army, in what appeared to be the first such surrender since one of the fiercest campaigns since the seven-year conflict began.
  3. European Union heads of states hold a summit aimed at discussing Turkey's actions in a stand-off over eastern Mediterranean gas and oil reserves with EU member states Greece and Cyprus.
  4. An aircraft belonging to Air India made history, when it flew for the first time to Ben Gurion international Airport in Tel Aviv - directly, over Saudi Arabia's airspace.

Today's top stories 22.03.18

  1. Israeli defense officials voice concern about a spike in intelligence this past month regarding "planned, large-scale terror attacks across the West Bank."
  2. Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu asserts that while an understanding was reached with the United States about stabilizing the Kurdish-controlled areas of northern Syria, including the town of Manbij; no full agreement has yet been reached.
  3. President Donald Trump revealed that the latest success of the U.S.-led coalition against the Islamic State will soon allow the United States to pull its forces out of certain parts of the Middle East.

Today's top stories 21.03.18

  1. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu levels a warning toward Israel's enemies, in which he underlined Jerusalem's determination to assure the security of its citizens, while vowing to exert a very heavy price from any element that seeks to harm them.
  2. Israel, in a first public acknowledgment, has confirmed that it bombed a suspected Syrian nuclear reactor in 2007, saying that the strike removed a major threat to Israel and the region.
  3. France urges the European Union to consider new sanctions on Iran over its involvement in Syria's civil war and its ballistic missile program, as Paris tries to persuade Washington to preserve the nuclear agreement with Tehran.

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