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The U.S. State Department became a little testy with Israel on Sunday over the sixth school shelling by the Israeli military.
The U.S. government wasn’t always Israel’s strongest ally, but as political figures in countries such as Norway call for a boycott of Israeli goods to protest the Gaza operation, our politicians almost unanimously continue their unfailing support.
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There are signs of a diplomatic thaw between Iran and the Arab oil monarchies of the Gulf.
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