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Lieberman rejects foreign 'intervention' in politics (AFP) PDF Print E-mail

Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman speaks during a party meeting in Jerusalem. Lieberman told foreign powers on Tuesday to stay out of Israeli politics, in an apparent reference to the flagging Middle East peace process.(AFP/Gali Tibbon)AFP - Israel's hawkish new Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman told foreign powers on Tuesday to stay out of Israeli politics, in an apparent reference to the flagging Middle East peace process.


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Israeli foreign minister sees peace talks at "dead end" (Reuters) PDF Print E-mail
Reuters - Israel's far-right foreign minister, Avigdor Lieberman, said on Tuesday that Western-backed peace efforts with the Palestinians had reached a "dead end" and Israel intended to present new ideas for diplomacy.
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Israeli police kill Palestinian at demolition site (AP) PDF Print E-mail

The body of a Palestinian driver lays next to a car after he was killed by Israeli troops he tried to attack in east Jerusalem, Tuesday, April 7, 2009. Israeli police on Tuesday fatally shot the Palestinian motorist as he tried to run over officers guarding the demolition of the home of a militant who killed three Israelis with a construction vehicle in July. (AP Photo/Sebastian Scheiner)AP - Israeli police on Tuesday shot and killed a Palestinian who tried to run them over with his car as tractors nearby demolished a militant's home — sparking clashes between angry Arabs and heavily armed riot troops.


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Israel tests anti-ballistic missile system (AP) PDF Print E-mail

An Arrow missile, part of an anti-missile system, is launched in a test off Israel's Mediterranean coast in central Israel in this Sunday Jan. 5, 2003, file photo. Israeli defense officials say Sunday, April 7, 2009, the country has successfully tested the Arrow anti-missile system, aimed at protecting the country from attack by Iran. (AP Photo/Eitan Hess-Ashkenazi)AP - Israel successfully tested an anti-missile system designed to protect the country against Iranian attack, the Defense Ministry said, perfecting technology developed in response to failures of similar systems during the 1991 Gulf War.


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Israel transfers $12.5 mln to Gaza (AFP) PDF Print E-mail

The minaret of a mosque is silhouetted at sunset in the southern Gaza Strip town of Rafah. The Israeli government has allowed the transfer of $12.5m to the besieged Gaza Strip, only a quarter of the amount needed at this stage, Middle East Quartet envoy Tony Blair has said.(AFP/File/Said Khatib)AFP - The Israeli government on Tuesday allowed the transfer of 12.5 million dollars to the besieged Gaza Strip, only a quarter of the amount needed at this stage, Middle East Quartet envoy Tony Blair said.


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