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Yossi Cohen also praised Trump for withdrawing from the Iran deal and recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital. [Read More]
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In the kosher cafes of Sydney's east, Australia's surprise move to mull recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital won some support but not enough votes to prevent a huge backlash against the government at a crucial weekend by-election. [Read More]
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The move is the latest blow to Palestinians after Washington recognized Jerusalem as Israel's capital and relocated its embassy to the city. [Read More]
CANBERRA: Australia is open to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital and moving its embassy there from Tel Aviv, says Prime Minister Scott Morrison, reported BBC.If acted upon, the move would f... [Read More]
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Thirteen Arab ambassadors meet in Canberra after Australian PM announces he's considering recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital... [Read More]
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Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, whose government faces a crucial by-election in four days, said on Tuesday Canberra was open to recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital, prompting concern from Indonesian and Palestinian officials. [Read More]
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Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, whose government faces a crucial by-election that could weaken its grip on power, said on Tuesday Canberra was open to recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital and shifting its embassy there. [Read More]
Ambassadors from 13 Arab countries met in Canberra on Tuesday, concerned that Australia's move to consider recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital could damage peace prospects there, Egypt's ambassador said. [Read More]
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Indonesia may be considering killing off a trade deal with Australia after it raised the idea of moving its Israeli embassy to Jerusalem. Morrison told reporters he was "open-minded" on moving Australia's embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, and recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital. The statement provoked Indonesia, has the largest Muslim population in the world, no formal diplomatic ties with Israel, and strongly supports the notion of Palestinian statehood, a senior Indonesian Government source told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Indonesia may be considering killing off a trade deal with Australia after it raised the idea of... [Read More]
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Australia's prime minister says he is open to recognizing West Jerusalem as Israel's capital and shifting its embassy from Tel Aviv. [Read More]
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Australia would be the second major country, after the United States, to make such a move... [Read More]
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Australia will consider recognising Jerusalem as Israel's capital and shifting its embassy there from Tel Aviv, Australia's Prime Minister said on Tuesday. [Read More]
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Mr Morrison says openness to recognising Jerusalem as Israel's capital is about challenging orthdoxy and the "taboo" question. [Read More]
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Mr Morrison says openness to recognising Jerusalem as Israel's capital is about challenging orthodoxy and the "taboo" question. [Read More]
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Australia will reconsider its support for Iran's nuclear deal and is open to recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital and shifting its embassy there, Australia's Prime Minister said on Tuesday. [Read More]
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Monday that Australia was considering recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital. [Read More]
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The Prime Minister will announce that he will review Australia's support for the Obama-era Iran nuclear deal. [Read More]
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Moshe Bareket replaces Dorit Salinger as Israel's capital markets commissioner... [Read More]
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By Jackson Richman (JNS) Despite the United States recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital in December and relocating its embassy from... [Read More]
One of the US officials tasked with drafting a blueprint for Israel-Palestinian peace says it will strongly reflect Washington's commitment to Israel's security but will also address Palestinian concerns.In an interview published Monday by the English-language Times of Israel news site, presidential special envoy Jason Greenblatt said the plan would "be heavily focused on Israeli security needs"."But we also want to be fair to the Palestinians. We have tried hard to find a good balance," he added."Each side will find things in this plan that they don't like."US President Donald Trump said in September that he would unveil a... [Read More]
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