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White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders did not specify which sanctions Trump spoke of, but said: "President Trump likes Chairman Kim and he doesn't think these sanctions will be necessary."
"Putin is out to undermine the entire US security system in the Middle East, and Trump keeps allowing him to do this, as Obama did but in different ways," Jeffrey continued.
The Syrian warning was given to the head of the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization (UNTSO) General Kristin Lund.
The crisis in our “diplomatic kingdom” is not unique to Israel.
By EHUD (UDI) EIRAN
Once upon a time diplomacy kept the balance between Israel and the Palestinians, but times have changed.
By DAVID PARSONS
Ever since that meeting we, felt that Annan had become a source of inspiration to us. He was always ready to help, willing to know about our activities and eager to give some good advice.
By BARUCH TENEMBAUM
Seventy years ago this month, the same McDonald arrived in Tel Aviv as the first US envoy to the newborn State of Israel that had arisen from the ashes of the Shoah.
By SHULI ESHEL
The UN mediation initiative denotes the cognizance that both sides may have committed wrongs, and the important issue is not just to denounce Israel but to find a common modus vivendi.
By SOLON SOLOMON
This, coupled with the ongoing ethnic conflicts in different regions, has left the Ethiopian situation very complicated and unpredictable.
By HABTOM MEHARI
The complexity of these issues require for them to be dealt with within the immediate region by the main actors in a way that enables cooperation and fosters security and stability.
By GERSHON BASKIN
Netanyahu made the groundbreaking visit to Kazakhstan's capital Astana in 2016, after visiting Azerbaijan, which – like Kazakhstan – is a Muslim majority country.
By HERB KEINON
Zelenskiy, who has performed in Israel on numerous occasions and has relatives and classmates living here, defeated Poroshenko on Sunday in the second round of balloting in Ukraine.
Last month, the Prime Minister’s Office clarified that Netanyahu never said “The Poles” but just “Poles,” meaning that he was referring to some, but not all.
By YAAKOV KATZ
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