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The European Union said any "settlement plan" would be considered "illegal" under international law after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced he planned to annex parts of the occupied West Bank.
"Netanyahu wouldn't have dared to say what he did during the Obama, Clinton and Bush administrations," said one Middle East expert.
Netanyahu announces post-election plan to annex part of occupied West Bank
The announcement was an apparent last-ditch attempt to attract right-wing voters before country heads to the polls.
The Israeli prime minister claimed the site was discovered in Iranian documents obtained last year.
Iran on Monday rejected a claim by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that Tehran had been developing nuclear weapons at a secret site and said Netanyahu was seeking a pretext for war
Poland's foreign ministry condemned an attack on Israeli students at a Warsaw nightclub on Saturday.
Jason Greenblatt's departure is the latest sign that optimism for peace plan's prospects may be fading.
Watch: Netanyahu joins Johnson outside number 10 on surprise visit to London
A successful landing would make India the fourth nation to put a spacecraft on the moon and the first to put a craft at the lunar south pole.
The troll campaign provides yet another example of how online political discourse can be infiltrated and aggravated by outside groups.
There were no immediate reports of casualties, though the Israeli Defense Forces said a number of hits have been confirmed.
Tensions have risen in the last week after Israel allegedly crash-landed two drones in southern Beirut. Hezbollah's leader said in a speech on Saturday that Israel will "pay a price" for the attack.
The Israeli prime minister says the series slanders his country internationally.
The cash will be used to primarily to pay for more firefighting planes. But experts told us that was not addressing the root cause of the problem.
Far below Jerusalem's main cemetery of Har Hamenuchot, a new underground burial site is being built. It will contain 23,000 new graves along a mile of tunnels.
"If you infringe on their sovereignty — how much are they going to tolerate it?" said Yossi Mekelberg, a professor of international relations.