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Latest Shimon Peres Items
Israeli President Shimon Peres said President Obama will be awarded one of Israel's highest honors, the Presidential Medal of Distinction, when Mr. Obama visits in March.
Israeli President Shimon Peres welcomed Pope Benedict XVI, both octogenarians, to social media with a personal tweet on Tuesday.
The dim prospects for Israel's dovish opposition in upcoming elections are raising speculation that 89-year-old President Shimon Peres may make one last run to be prime minister.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham and Israel's president spoke Monday about the need to halt Syria's violence and Iran's potential production of nuclear weapons, underscoring American support for an ally in a difficult neighborhood.
President Obama awarded the nation's highest civilian medal Wednesday night to Israeli President Shimon Peres as frustration mounts in Israel over the administration's handling of Iran and as signs emerge of a possible backlash among Jewish voters in the U.S.
Israeli President Shimon Peres on Tuesday visited Facebook's California headquarters, where he described the social networking service as a way for people to bypass the failed efforts of governments and seek peace across national boundaries on their own.
Israeli President Shimon Peres on Tuesday visited Facebook's Northern California headquarters, where he blasted the Iranian government and said the social networking site is a way for people to bypass failed efforts of governments to seek peace.
Israeli President Shimon Peres plans to visit Facebook headquarters Tuesday in what he describes as an effort to use social networking to mend divides governments have been unable to bridge.
Under pressure from Israel and Republicans to take stronger action against Iran's nuclear program, President Obama told an influential pro-Israel lobby Sunday that there is "there is too much loose talk of war."