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Israeli intel and strategic affairs minister: John Kerry's remarks are "worrying, they are surprising and they are unacceptable"

Secretary of State John Kerry

Jerusalem (AFP) – Israel’s intelligence minister Monday slammed as unacceptable comments by US Secretary of State John Kerry on negotiations with Iran over its nuclear programme which he said indicated a “surrender” to Tehran. 804 more words

Top Marine in Japan: If tasked, we could retake the Senkakus from China

Lt. Gen. John Wissler, the commanding general of III Marine Expeditionary Force.  Photo by Anthony Kirby/U.S. Marine Corps

By Jon Harper

Stars and Stripes… 765 more words

Russia's Lavrov To Discuss Ukraine With Xi Jinping In China

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov’s April 15 visit will come two days ahead of planned four-way talks between diplomats from Ukraine, Russia, the United States, and the European Union. 151 more words

Russia Walks Out of the Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly

General view of the Council of Europe parliamentary assembly in Strasbourg, eastern France (AFP Photo / Frederick Florin)

The Parliamentary Assembly for the Council of Europe (PACE) has suspended Russia’s right to vote and excluded them leadership positions, until the end of the year, in retaliation for Crimea voting to join Russia. 398 more words

Palestinians: Israeli decision to cutback ties undermines efforts to revive peace talks

By REUTERS, JPOST.COM STAFF

After Netanyahu directs government ministers to refrain from meeting their Palestinian counterparts, PA spokesman accuses Israel of preventing “a constructive solution to the challenges facing the peace process.” 375 more words

U.S. Says Russia is Working to "Destabilize Ukraine" -- Nato warns Russia against 'historic mistake'

Russia warned not to make ‘historic mistake’ as Ukraine mounts counter-offensive by vowing to treat the separatists as ‘terrorists’

Ukrainian special forces stand guard outside the regional administration building in Kharkiv Photo: Olga Ivashchenko/Reuters… 794 more words