A Year in Review: JPost's Top 10s of everything

To mark the year's end, we present our lists of what was hot and what was not in 2012.

December 31, 2012 14:25
US President Obama, PM Netanyahu at White House

US President Obama with PM Netanyahu at White House 370. (photo credit: REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa)


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US-Israel relations: Top 10 moments of 2012
Close military cooperation and tense diplomatic ties epitomized the tricky relationship between the United States and its closest ally in the Middle East. While the two states conducted their largest bilateral drill, Netanyahu and Obama haggled over red lines on Iran, and Israel became a wedge issue in the presidential elections.

Israel’s most played songs of 2012
Eyal Golan and Shlomo Artzi cemented their place as Israel's beloved music-makers, while the usual names, including Adele and Flo Rida, made the same splash on the Israeli airwaves as abroad. 

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