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Today's top stories 19.02.18

  1. Violence flared in and around the Gaza Strip over the weekend, after four IDF soldiers were injured by an explosive device that had been planted by Palestinian Islamists near the Israeli security fence in the Khan Yunis area.
  2. The Iranian-backed Hezbollah organization warned the Lebanese government in Beirut not to give-in to American pressure on resolving a maritime border dispute with Israel, unless all of Lebanon's demands are met.
  3. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared that Jerusalem would not allow the Islamic Republic of Iran to put – what he defined as - "a noose of terror" around Israel's neck, and will act without hesitation to defend itself.

Today's top stories 16.02.18

  1. Washington and Ankara announce a rapprochement after months of deteriorating relations.
  2. U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson warns Lebanon over Hezbollah's growing arsenal of weapons and stressed that the Shi'ite movement's involvement in regional conflicts on Iran's behalf threatened Lebanon's security.
  3. Egypt has reportedly stopped allowing diesel shipments to enter the Palestinian enclave, forcing the Hamas-run power station to cease operations.

Today's top stories 15.02.18

  1. The United States is reportedly mediating between Jerusalem and Beirut for several months now, in an attempt to resolve a tense dispute involving a maritime border between Israel and Lebanon, that has raised concerns regarding a possible escalation.
  2. The United States and Jordan sign a five-year aid package that extends Washington's support to its key Arab ally, amounting to some 6.4 billion dollars
  3. The U.N. special mediator for the Syria conflict Staffan De Mistura warns that a recent increase in violence has created one of the most dangerous moments in years of the civil war.

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