World Briefing | Europe Israel: Firing of Envoy Is Reversed
New York Times, United States
By ETHAN BRONNER Prime Minister Ehud Olmert reinstated Israel’s special envoy to Egypt in its mediation efforts for truce talks with Hamas. The envoy, Amos Gilad, left, formally apologized for having criticized Mr. Olmert and the government in a ...
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Israel reinstates envoy to Egypt truce talks
Israel's Gaza pointman reinstated after apology to Olmert
New York Times
Palestinian NGO sues British government in wake of Cast Lead
Jerusalem Post, Israel
By JONNY PAUL, JERUSALEM POST CORRESPONDENT The Palestinian human rights group Al-Haq has commenced legal proceedings against the British government in an attempt to force it to take sanctions against Israel. Photo: AP The Ramallah-based group is ...
Why 88 Arab homes received eviction notices
UK sued over arms sales to Israel
Great Britain sued by Palestinian organizations over arms sales to ...
Sydney Morning Herald
Israel's Likud Party begins coalition negotiations (Roundup)
Monsters and Critics.com
Tel Aviv - Israel's hardline Likud Party, whose leader Benjamin Netanyahu was tasked Friday with forming the country's next government, began talks Wednesday with prospective partners, as its chief negotiator said the aim was to set up a coalition as ...
Netanyahu turns right in search for Israel coalition
In Israel, Binyamin Netanyahu Is Likely to Build a Right-Wing ...
Netanyahu turns to the right to form Israel coalition
Israeli atomic agency launches campaign against IAEA chief
By Yossi Melman Israel's Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) recently intensified its attacks on the director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Dr. Mohamed ElBaradei. The AEC, one of the most classified bodies in Israel that is also, ...
Syria Says Disputed Site Has Missiles
Syria set up missile facility at suspect nuclear site
Syria dismisses IAEA uranium find at bombed site
Israel has high hopes for Turkey
PRESS TV, Iran
The Israeli ambassador to Turkey, Gaby Levy, on Wednesday told the Turkish newspaper Aksam that Israel has realized the importance of Turkey in the wake of recent tensions. The Tel Aviv-Ankara relations deteriorated after Turkish Prime Minister Recep ...
Turkish anti-Israel mini-series aired
Iran asks help, PM to deliver message
Iran sought Turkey's help to mend links with US, says Erdogan
Clinton to press Israel on Gaza as children suffer
Washington Times, DC
A month after a cease-fire ended Israel's military offensive in Gaza, many sleep on thin mats on the muddy ground and traumatized children burst into tears at any loud noise. Lots where they once played are littered with crushed concrete and other ...
Clinton raps Israel for delaying Gaza aid: paper
Some small though notable changes in US policy towards Israel
Despite Ellison's concerns, Israel says pasta isn't food aid
Photo exhibition documents six months in Israel
San Jose Mercury News, USA
Jake Gomez's photo show about his trip to Israel hangs at the Westside Coffetopia. SANTA CRUZ -- Jake Gomez hosted his second one-man photography exhibition last weekend, at Coffeetopia on Mission Street. Gomez, who is 21 and a fourth-year student at ...
Obama ties Israel talks to ‘new era of engagement’
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, NY
By Ron Kampeas · February 24, 2009 WASHINGTON (JTA) -- President Obama coupled his calls for expanded diplomatic outreach to his quest for peace for Israel and its neighbors. "In words and deeds, we are showing the world that a new era of engagement ...
Israel Watches Carefully As US Engages Iran
Obama warns Americans to prepare for difficult future
“Obama’s Mideast policy”
Israel's Peres ushers in right-leaning parliament
The Associated Press
JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel's president ushered in a right-leaning parliament Tuesday and gave lawmakers a tall order: conclude an elusive peace deal with the Palestinians by the end of their term. Shimon Peres delivered his appeal just days after ...
Israel's Peres Urges New Parliament to Reach Peace
Peres urges Israel to make peace with Palestine priority
Israel’s Peres urges parliament to conclude peace deal
Israeli Andy Ram loses in Dubai doubles
The Associated Press
He lost a doubles match a week after Israel's Shahar Peer was denied a visa for the women's tournament. Ram appeared relaxed and focused once he and partner Kevin Ullyett of Zimbabwe began the first-round match against Marat Safin of Russia and Spain's ...
Tennis-Israel's Ram achieves big things in Dubai despite defeat
Ram comes and goes amidst relief in Dubai Open tennis
Soldiers, snipers and sniffer dogs - all for a game of tennis