As Israel Celebrates Dream of Independence, Many See Nightmare Taking Shape by DAVID M. HALBFINGER


By Bhavesh Patil

On the even of its 70 anniversary, Israel is torn by forces within and without. For all the successes, one historian said, “the future is very bleak.” 7 more words

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U.S. Ambassador Will Not Work Full Time in New Jerusalem Embassy

The ambassador will split time between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, given that most of the embassy staff will be remaining in the Tel Aviv branch of the embassy. 76 more words

NYT

U.S. Ambassador Will Not Work Full Time in New Jerusalem Embassy by EILEEN SULLIVAN and ISABEL KERSHNER


By Bhavesh Patil

The ambassador will split time between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, given that most of the embassy staff will be remaining in the Tel Aviv branch of the embassy. 7 more words

IFTTT

New Zealand Court Names Envoy Charged With Hiding Camera in Embassy Bathroom

A court on Friday named Alfred Keating, who at the time of his arrest last July was the most senior military attaché stationed in the United States. 74 more words

NYT

New Zealand Court Names Envoy Charged With Hiding Camera in Embassy Bathroom by CHARLOTTE GRAHAM-McLAY

New Zealand Court Names Envoy Charged With Hiding Camera in Embassy Bathroom
By CHARLOTTE GRAHAM-McLAY

A court on Friday named Alfred Keating, who at the time of his arrest last July was the most senior military attaché stationed in the United States. 9 more words

World

New Zealand Court Names Envoy Charged With Hiding Camera in Embassy Bathroom by CHARLOTTE GRAHAM-McLAY


By Bhavesh Patil

A court on Friday named Alfred Keating, who at the time of his arrest last July was the most senior military attaché stationed in the United States. 7 more words

IFTTT

U.S. Embassy Officer in Pakistan Is Charged With Obstruction

The police accused a security adviser of trying to block an investigation of a car accident, just weeks after the military attaché was involved in a fatal collision. 73 more words

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