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Latest Benjamin Netanyahu Items
Two weeks after he welcomes Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to the White House, President Obama will meet with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, the administration announced Thursday.
In a real-life example of made-for-TV humor, Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's finger shadow was captured by camera casting right across the lipline of German Chancellor Angela Merkel's face.
Sen. Angus King said it was unnerving to be in Lebanon when a pair of suicide bombs killed eight people, underscoring how turmoil from the civil war in Syria was spilling into the country.
Hackers breached the websites of all Las Vegas Sands Corp. websites Tuesday morning, and the home pages of some of the world's largest casinos remained down through the day.
Secretary of State John Kerry's recent comments about boycotting Israel as a result of a failed peace deal has divided the top ranks of the Israeli government.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu charged Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas with hypocrisy on Monday for demanding Israel recognize the nation of Palestine, but not returning the favor for Israelis.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced a bold initiative this week calling on tech giants and Western powers to band together to protect the world from cyber-attacks, vowing to relax export restrictions normally placed on security-related technologies so Israeli cyber-defense companies can sell their expertise around the globe. Making this vision a reality, however, will be complicated.
In a charm offensive to the global political and business elite, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani set lofty ambitions for his country, including becoming one of the world's top 10 economies.
Actress and animal rights activist Pamela Anderson is asking Israel's prime minister to endorse a bill banning the sale of clothes made of animal fur.