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Iran continues its indirect nuclear talks with the United States through Oman, according to Iran’s acting foreign minister Ali Bagheri Kani. Despite the White House spokesperson’s statement that the US is not ready to resume negotiations with Iran under the newly elected president Masoud Pezeshkian, talks are ongoing. Bagheri Kani emphasized the confidentiality of the negotiation process, aiming to set the stage for the new Iranian government taking office soon. As Pezeshkian assumes office with a pledge for pragmatic foreign policy, tensions in the Middle East persist, particularly with regards to the Israel-Hamas conflict and border disputes involving Israel and…

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After a comprehensive win in the parliamentary election, Keir Starmer vowed to bring change to Britain as its next prime minister. Labour Party’s victory ended 14 years of Conservative government, with Labour set to win a massive majority in the 650-seat parliament. In his victory speech, Starmer declared, “Change begins now.” He emphasized the need to end chaos, turn the page, and start the mission of national renewal. The election outcome reflected voters’ dissatisfaction with the Conservative party over the cost of living crisis and failing public services. Starmer, a former lawyer, led Labour to one of its greatest victories…

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Israeli officials are hopeful for a diplomatic resolution to the conflict with Hezbollah, but fear that the group’s leader, Hassan Nasrallah, may reject the proposed agreement. The plan involves demilitarizing South Lebanon, moving forces back from the border, and removing Hezbollah’s heavy weaponry in exchange for border amendments by Israel. If Nasrallah declines, Israel is prepared to launch an offensive within two months to remove Hezbollah from its frontier. This move would gain international legitimacy and allow the IDF to gather necessary armaments for potential future attacks. Iran has reportedly signaled it does not seek prolonged conflict, distancing itself from…

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The recent unanimous ruling by the Supreme Court has mandated the drafting of Haredi men into military service, overturning the government’s efforts to grant them an exemption. This decision comes at a critical time when the IDF is grappling with a shortage of troops, especially during wartime. Additionally, the court ruled against state funding for Yeshiva students who choose not to enlist, emphasizing the importance of military service for all citizens. Despite opposition from leaders in the Haredi community, who argue that their contributions to Israel’s security are as significant as soldiers in combat, the ruling stands. Prime Minister Benjamin…

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