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Lapid slams EU foreign policy chief for Iran nuke talks push in Tehran

Foreign Minister Yair Lapid harshly criticized the European Union’s top diplomat Sunday or his decision to travel to Iran in a bid to push along talks aimed at reviving the…

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EU foreign policy chief heading to Tehran in effort to revive nuclear talks

TEHRAN, Iran — European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell is set to travel to Tehran on Friday for a surprise visit that could breathe new life into stalled talks…

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Russia slaps ‘foreign agent’ label on anti-torture group

MOSCOW — Russia on Friday labeled a non-governmental organization fighting for investigations into allegations of torture as a “foreign agent” in its latest move to silence critics in the country.…

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Iran’s Khamenei blames recent protests on foreign ‘enemies’

Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Friday blamed foreign “enemies” for recent protests in the country while addressing a ceremony in Tehran, which marked 33 years since the death…

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First foreign hajj pilgrims arrive in Saudi Arabia since COVID pandemic

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia — Saudi Arabia on Saturday welcomed its first batch of hajj pilgrims since before the coronavirus pandemic, which prompted authorities to sharply restrict the annual ritual. The…

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Bennett appoints new chief of staff, foreign affairs adviser following resignations

Prime Minister Naftali Bennett has filled the positions of chief of staff and senior adviser for foreign affairs, the Prime Minister’s Office announced Monday. The appointments follow the back-to-back resignations…

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Foreign Ministry slams Iraqi law banning ties with Israel: ‘Wrong side of history’

The Foreign Ministry condemned on Friday a new Iraqi law that criminalizes normalization of ties and any relations with Israel, noting that it came as the Jewish state is expanding…

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