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Gavin Rabinowitz

Israel’s Netanyahu repudiates Obama’s call for 1967 borders

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu says he would uproot settlements in a "generous" peace deal with Palestinians, but ruled out a return to 1967 borders.

Israel to close door on African influx

Vika Duvinsky and her family are among the last Israelis living in a grim slum that locals call "Sing Sing" after the notorious American prison.

Slim hopes ahead of new Middle East peace talks

Israeli and Palestinian leaders head to the US this week to relaunch direct peace talks, but with neither side expecting a long-elusive breakthrough.

Defiant Netanyahu vows no change on Jerusalem

Israel vowed policy on Jerusalem would not change as PM Benjamin Netanyahu on Friday convened his security Cabinet to craft a response to the US.

Israel seeks to patch up row over settlement plans

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu issued a public apology to the visiting US vice-president on Thursday in a bid to defuse a row over settlements.

Indian finance minister denies call to Pakistani president

India's foreign minister denied on Sunday that he had phoned Pakistan's president at the height of the Mumbai terrorist siege.

‘We did not want this man to die a natural death’

Gopal Vinayak Godse, the last surviving conspirator in the assassination of Indian independence leader and pacifist icon Mohandas Gandhi, has died at age 86, media reports said. Godse died at his home in the city of Pune late on Saturday, the Press Trust of India news agency quoted his son, Nana Godse, as saying.

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