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Greece, Cyprus, and Israel have signed an agreement to construct 1,900-kilometer undersea pipeline to carry natural gas from the eastern Mediterranean to Europe and potentially help the continent reduce its dependency on Russia for energy supplies.
World leaders, regional groups react after US attacks Shia militia bases in Iraq and Syria, killing 25 fighters.
The entire Russian Compound of the Elizabeth Courtyard was constructed by the IOPS between 1860 and 1864 for Russian pilgrims to Jerusalem, but the Ottoman Empire confiscated it during World War I.
Israel-Russia relations have been fraught with tension since an Israeli backpacker was arrested in April for Marijuana possession during a Moscow layoff.
Israel has been carrying out a war-between-wars campaign since 2013, striking thousands of Iranian and Hezbollah targets.
Ariel Bulshtein, adviser to the prime minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, has announced that Israel has refused to sell weapons to Georgia, at Russia’s request.
Rouhani tells parliament the ‘resistance budget’ will beat American embargoes; says $5 billion loan from Moscow being finalized.
Israel has carried out hundreds of strikes in Syria but generally refrains from commenting on them.
The reports claim that “Israeli fighters had to flee from the Russian Su-35” and at the same time that “Iran delivered unknown air defense systems to Syria.”
The meeting comes amid contentious bilateral issues between the two countries, particularly on Russia’s role in the Middle East, and Naama Issachar, who was sentenced in Russia for drug smuggling.
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