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Maj. T, an Israeli fighter jet pilot, tells JNS: “There are certain things that only F-35s can communicate to one another.”
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On whether Hamas would speak to U.S. President Joe Biden, Mahmoud al-Zahar said: “Why not? Mr. Biden, yes, he is supporting Israel, but I think we have a mission as Palestinian people to speak to him frankly.”
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Alison Chabloz, 57, is expected to serve nine weeks in prison for violating the country’s communications act after she promoted anti-Semitic rhetoric in two interviews she did with far-right online sites.
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Britain, France and Germany withdraw their support for a resolution criticizing Tehran for failing to explain the presence of uranium particles at undeclared locations.
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French President Emmanuel Macron tells Iran’s premier he is “deeply concerned” by Iran’s violations of the nuclear deal.
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“By 2030, solar energy will provide over a third of all Israel’s electricity,” the Israeli prime minister tells the Climate Ambition Summit in a video message.
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The European powers warn Tehran it “risks compromising the important opportunity for a return to diplomacy with the incoming U.S. administration.”
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Despite the U.S. sanctions imposed in October, Germany’s Bundesbank kept open multi-billion-euro deposit accounts for Iranian banks to facilitate trade with the Islamic Republic.
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