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Israeli Voters Head to Polls — Again

More than 6.5 million eligible Israeli voters will head to the ballot box Tuesday to vote in the fourth national election in two years, with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hoping the country’s turbo vaccination drive will be enough to keep in power.

A man votes for Israel's parliamentary election at a polling station in Tel Aviv, Israel, Tuesday, March. 23, 2021. Israel is holding its fourth election in less than two years. (AP Photo/Sebastian Scheiner)

Brazil’s Bolsonaro Seeks Israeli Coronavirus ‘Miracle Drug’

A new Israeli-developed coronavirus treatment for moderate-to-serious cases that has been dubbed a “miracle drug” by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has shown outstanding success in phase 1 trials, with all patients recovering within a matter of days.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu receives a coronavirus vaccine at the Sheba Medical Center, the country's largest hospital, in Ramat Gan near the coastal city of Tel Aviv, on December 19, 2020. - Netanyahu, 71, and Israel's health minister were injected with the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine live on TV at Sheba …

Report: U.S. Threatens to Ban Israeli Planes on American Soil

The Biden administration has issued an ultimatum saying that if American planes are not allowed to fly emergency planes to Israel, Israeli planes will not be allowed to land in the US, Israel’s Channel 12 news reported Saturday.

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Biden’s Ghosting of Netanyahu Raises Concern for U.S.-Israel Ties

In the three weeks since taking office, President Joe Biden has called the leaders of several key allies around the world — except, conspicuously, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, leading to speculation the frosty start is a sign of things to come for Israel-U.S. ties.

Joe Biden and Benjamin Netanyahu (Debbie Hill / AFP / Getty)

WSJ: U.N. Inspectors Find Evidence of Nuclear Weapons Work

United Nations nuclear inspectors have found traces of undeclared radioactive material at Iranian nuclear sites that could indicate work on nuclear weapons, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal story citing diplomats briefed on the matter.

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