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Israel warns Iran may enter nuclear ‘immunity zone’

Israel's Defence Minister has called on world leaders to tighten sanctions on Iran before it enters a zone of immunity against its nuclear programme.

Israel calls for tougher sanctions against Iran

Israel's defence minister Ehud Barak warns tougher sanctions are needed against Iran despite the unprecedented oil embargo agreed by the EU this week.

Barrelling towards fuel shortages

The government must prepare immediately for disruptions in crude oil supply from Iran.

Israel’s Barak breaks away from Labour Party

Israeli Defence Minister Ehud Barak broke away from his centre-left Labour Party on Monday.

Iran cleric: Israeli ‘war criminals’ should be executed

Israeli leaders and military commanders deemed by Iran to be "war criminals" should be executed, a senior cleric said in a Friday prayer sermon.

Gaza rocked by more violence as truce expires

Violence flared around the Gaza Strip on Thursday on the eve of an expiry of a truce but Israel stressed it would not rush into military operations.

Gaza rocket strike wounds dozens of Israeli soldiers

A rocket fired by Gaza militants smashed into an Israeli army base early Tuesday, wounding dozens of sleeping conscripts and heightening pressure on the government to hit the Hamas-ruled territory. At least 69 soldiers sleeping in tents were wounded when the homemade rocket crashed into the Zikim base.

Door open for last-minute peace deal

Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak was on Wednesday preparing to send a team of ­negotiators to Washington to meet a Palestinian delegation.

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