Edmund Sanders

Los Angeles Times

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Jerusalem Bureau Chief, and former Nairobi Bureau Chief, for the Los Angeles Times

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When it appeared that the US was about to attack Syria, Israelis flocked to collect gas masks in case it might be a target of retribution.

Israel Tests Missile Defense

When it appeared that the US was about to attack Syria, Israelis flocked to collect gas masks in case it might be a target of retribution.

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Israel's ten-month  moratorium  on West-Bank settlement building expired at midnight, with no agreement on how to maintain the peace talks begun three weeks ago at the White House.

Israel Ends Freeze on West Bank Settlement Construction

Israel's ten-month moratorium on West-Bank settlement building expired at midnight, with no agreement on how to maintain the peace talks begun three weeks ago at the White House.

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Under heavy international pressure to overhaul the blockade of Gaza, Israel said today it has agreed to  ease some restrictions , at least in principle.

Israel to Ease Restrictions on Food, Building Material for Gaza

Under heavy international pressure to overhaul the blockade of Gaza, Israel said today it has agreed to ease some restrictions , at least in principle.

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