Aron Heller

Associated Press

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Reporter for the Associated Press in Jerusalem

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Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon says Russian forces are arriving in Syria — apparently to help President Bashar al-Assad reverse recent battlefield losses in a civil war that’s…

Russia's Military Quietly Moves into Syria

Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon says Russian forces are arriving in Syria — apparently to help President Bashar al-Assad reverse recent battlefield losses in a civil war that’s…

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The UN’s high commissioner for refugees said today that both sides have violated international humanitarian law during the fighting in Gaza.

Israel Calls 16,000 More Reservists as Netanyahu Vows to Go the Long-Haul

The UN’s high commissioner for refugees said today that both sides have violated international humanitarian law during the fighting in Gaza.

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