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Around the World
China Wants to Join Middle East Peace Quartet - The Diplomat
China is ready to join the Middle East Quartet to help negotiate a peace agreement between the Israeli and Palestinians, according to the country's foreign minister.
Egyptians said to have overwhelmingly backed constitution - Times of Israel
Egyptians have approved a constitutional referendum overwhelmingly, official sources said early Thursday, following two days of voting.
Chinese Defense Ministry Confirms Hypersonic Missile Test - Washington Free Beacon
China's Defense Ministry on Wednesday confirmed that weapons designers recently conducted the first test of an ultra-high speed missile vehicle considered cutting edge military technology.
Israel's intel succeeded where US failed on Syria nukes, Gates reveals - Times of Israel
The US prepared plans to attack Syria in 2007 after receiving evidence from Israel that the Syrian regime was en route to building a nuclear weapon, former secretary of defense Robert Gates revealed in his memoir, which was released Tuesday.
Iron Dome downs five rockets headed for Ashkelon - Times of Israel
The Iron Dome missile defense system shot down five rockets that were fired from the Gaza Strip in the direction of Ashkelon overnight Wednesday.
13,000 teens complete Hamas training camps to emulate 'suicide martyrs' - Times of Israel
The Hamas government in Gaza celebrated the graduation on Monday of paramilitary camps geared at training high-school children to follow in the footsteps of the suicide martyrs.
Inside the United States
US Senate awaits briefing on Iran interim deal before moving on sanctions bill - Jerusalem Post
Senate leadership will wait for a briefing from the Obama administration on recent developments between world powers and Iran before moving forward with a bill that could trigger new sanctions against its government, US Senate aides told The Jerusalem Post on Wednesday.
Senate Intelligence panel: Benghazi attack was preventable - Washington Examiner
The Senate Intelligence Committee's long-awaited final report on Benghazi, released Wednesday, says the deadly attack on the U.S. consulate could have been prevented and faults the State Department for failing to respond to the deteriorating security situation despite numerous warnings.
Supreme Court questions Massachusetts' abortion clinic buffer zone - Washington Examiner
Several Supreme Court justices appeared skeptical Wednesday about the constitutionality of Massachusetts' 35-foot buffer zone around abortion clinics in a case that has broad First Amendment ramifications.
Obama to Dems: I'll act with or without Congress - AP
President Barack Obama has told Senate Democrats he plans to use his executive authority to act in 2014 when Congress stands in his way.
Congress Pressures White House to Release Iran Nuke Deal Text - Washington Free Beacon
Lawmakers lashed out at the White House on Tuesday for refusing to publicly release the full text of the recently inked nuclear accord that permits Iran to partially continue its contested nuclear program.
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