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Current News about the Middle East from Arutz Sheva

Current News about the Middle East from Arutz Sheva

Buchris: I take full responsibility for my actions
Plea bargain agreement reached in case of Brigadier General Ofek Buchris, who is accused of sexual misconduct against female subordinates.



'Paris conference could have been worse'
Foreign Ministry spokesman tells Arutz Sheva this week's Paris peace summit could have ended with serious consequences for Israel.



Police crack down on Arab neighborhood in Jerusalem
9 arrested as security forces raid northern Jerusalem hot-spot.



Yisrael Hayom editor testifies to police in Netanyahu-Mozes case
Editor of rival paper speaks with police amid suspicions Yediot Aharonot sought deal to clamp down on free daily.



'My father was killed for supporting Israel'
Daughter of Senator Robert Kennedy speaks out on her 'special bond' to Jewish state, and President JFK's early push for Israeli statehood.



US rabbi rewrites prayer - to avoid blessing Trump
Open Orthodox rabbi and founder of religious 'social justice' movement says he can't recite prayer for success of president after Trump win.



Search for missing Malaysian airliner suspended
Australia, Malaysia, and China express 'sadness' in statement signaling end to search for flight MH370, which disappeared in 2014.



AG bars release of Bibi tapes during police investigation
After excerpts of recordings aired on TV, Mandelblit warns full release of tapes could cripple investigation.



Obama: Iran deal makes the world safer
Outgoing President praises the nuclear deal between Iran and Western powers, claims it makes the world a safer place.



Hamas blasts 'absurd' Paris conference
Hamas rejects the outcome of the Paris conference on Israeli-PA peace, says it gave legitimacy to the "Zionist entity".

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UK inflation rate jumps to 1.6%
Inflation hit its highest rate since July 2014 last month as food prices and air fares rose.

Maria Balshaw: Manchester gallery boss to be Tate's first female director
Maria Balshaw, the head of Manchester's acclaimed Whitworth gallery, is to run the Tate art empire.

Libyan wins right to sue ex-Foreign Secretary Jack Straw
Former foreign secretary faces being sued over allegations of MI6 involvement in man's abduction.

Route 45: Inside one of Obama's favourite diners
Jon Kay finds out people's hopes and fears about the Donald Trump presidency, over breakfast at one of Barack Obama's favourite eateries in Chicago.

May rejects 'partial' EU membership in Brexit speech
Theresa May will use her Brexit speech to say the UK "will not hold on to bits of EU membership".

Puppy recovering after swallowing kitchen knife
A puppy who swallowed an 8in kitchen knife is recovering after undergoing life-saving emergency surgery.

Istanbul Reina nightclub attack suspect 'trained in Afghanistan'
The man held for the New Year's Eve nightclub attack has confessed, the city's governor says.

Man arrested over murder of Dinnington girl named locally as Leonne Weeks
An 18-year-old man is arrested after the discovery of a 16-year-old girl's body on a pathway.

'Wrong Ivanka' from UK hits back after Trump tweet
A tweet quoted by Donald Trump praising his daughter, mistakenly copies in Ivanka from Brighton.

MH370: Families say search suspension for Malaysian plane 'irresponsible'
Victims' families say it is "irresponsible" to halt the underwater search for the Malaysian plane.

British American Tobacco takes control of Reynolds for $49bn
UK tobacco firm BAT takes control of US rival Reynolds to combine brands including Rothmans and Camel.

Mandelson: No clicky finger solution for May on Brexit
Lord Mandelson says Theresa May's speech on Brexit sounds like a grand plan with no details.

Notting Hill Carnival 'must be made safer', policing report says
Last year's Notting Hill Carnival saw four stabbings so serious the victims nearly died, a report says.

Australian Open 2017: Johanna Konta, Heather Watson and Kyle Edmund win
Johanna Konta, Kyle Edmund and Heather Watson all win to make it five British players in the Australian Open second round.

Sale Sharks: Players reported over 'team leaks' before Bristol match
Sale complain to the RFU that one of their players passed team information to Bristol before their Premiership match on 1 January.

Newspaper headlines: May's Brexit speech previewed in press
Theresa May's speech on Brexit, in which she is expected to say the UK will make a "clean break" from the EU, is anticipated on the front pages of the newspapers.

That's a wrap
The six-second clip-sharing service is shutting down but it's still not clear exactly why.

Carnival stab victim: 'Few cause trouble'
A musician stabbed at the Notting Hill Carnival in 2016 told the BBC he did not think the event should change.

Dedicated donor
Tracey Jolliffe has already donated a kidney, 16 eggs and 80 pints of blood. She is now considering donating part of her liver too.

Embryo rules
Should scientists be allowed to experiment on embryos beyond 14 days of development?

James Reynolds: Who was the second-longest serving US president?
After extensive research the BBC's James Reynolds reveals the answer you have all been waiting for.

Gordon Corera: Why was the Zimmerman Telegram so important?
Marking the 100th anniversary of one of the greatest of all feats of code-breaking

Is the Philippines' communist insurgency nearly over?
As both sides meet for talks, could the Philippines' decades-long communist insurgency soon be over?

'Modern toys are ugly'
Kristin Baybars has made and sold toys from her shop for 40 years - and modern toys don't impress her.

Radar sensor for the home which can 'see' through walls
The radar imaging system is capable of detecting movement and "seeing" through walls.

Coffee shops on the march as pubs decline, town centre data shows
The great British pub continues to make way for coffee shops and eateries on our High Streets, but it remains the most popular leisure venue in the UK.

German shivers
German politicians are desperately trying to build and forge ties with US President-elect Donald Trump.

Voice doctor
Our voices can activate gadgets and authenticate ourselves to banks. But can they tell if we're ill?

Fashion icon
Maria Grazia Chiuri is the first female creative head at Christian Dior. Sidney Toledano, the boss of the fashion house, tells the BBC why it's time for a change.

Girl power
Could a club for “girly girls” really help improve female equality in the workplace?

John Lewis tells Americans on MLK day: 'You must never hate'
Civil rights icon John Lewis makes a Martin Luther King Day address after a row with Donald Trump.

Giant alligator goes for leisurely stroll
"Humpback" is caught on camera going for a stroll in Florida.

CCTV shows taxi stone attack
A woman suffered a fractured skull while sitting in a cab.

Kyrgyzstan plane crash: It crashed 'on top of the village'
A Turkish cargo plane flying from Hong Kong has crashed in Kyrgyzstan, killing at least 37 people, most of them on the ground, say officials.

Green-eyed girl
The Afghan woman made famous by a 1985 magazine cover tells the BBC of her hope for a new beginning.

Theresa May's Brexit plans: What we know so far
Ahead of Theresa May's Brexit speech, here's what we know about the government's plans.

Police inquiry over fox 'killing' footage in Warwickshire
A hunt saboteurs group has released footage it claims shows them trying to save a fox from hounds, though it died soon after.

John Sweeney: Why does the Kremlin favour Trump?
Advisers to Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin are promoting a stronger relationship between the two.

Reality Check: Can there be a quick UK-USA trade deal?
Donald Trump has said he would like a quick trade deal with the UK. Is that possible?

Why is the pound so twitchy about Brexit?
The government's messages about Brexit have been consistent, if thin on detail - so why is the pound so jumpy?

Week in pictures: 7-13 January 2017
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.

What is happening at Stormont?
What has caused the latest political crisis to strike down the Stormont executive?

Africa's top shots: 7 - 13 January 2017
A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.

Keeping the slopes open
Photographer John Vink captures the work behind the scenes keeping the ski slopes open at Saint Sorlin d'Arves in France.

City Airport at 30
Images of London City Airport, which is celebrating its 30th birthday this year.

Victoria Derbyshire
BBC coverage of latest developments as suspect in Berlin market attack is shot dead in Milan.
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