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A commanding and controversial figure in Israel’s military and political history, Ariel Sharon, Israel’s 11th prime minister, born on Feb. 26, 1928, died aged 85, on Saturday, Jan. 11, 2014. A victorious, innovative and often maverick general, his power-motivated, divisive style in politics won him the eponym of “bulldozer.” A hawk and early champion of Jewish settlement, Sharon underwent a remarkable transformation in 2005 to orchestrate Israel’s unilateral withdrawal from the Gaza Strip against stiff party and popular opposition. His last eight years were spent in a stroke-induced coma from which he never recovered. DEBKAfile, Political Analysis, Espionage, Terrorism, Security
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Al Jazeera English The United States has said it hopes to hold talks with Iran soon and would be prepared to follow up on a plan to provide fuel for Iran's research reactor in exchange for low-enriched uranium. The plan was mooted in Geneva last October at a meeting between Iranian officials and senior diplomats from the five permanent UN Security Council members - Britain, China, France, Russia and the United States - along with Germany. "We obviously are fully prepared to follow up with Iran on specifics regarding our initial proposal involving the Tehran research reactor ... as well as, you know, the broader issues of trying to fully understand the nature of Iran's nuclear programme," PJ Crowley, the US state department spokesman, said on Wednesday. "We hope to have the same kind of meeting coming up in the coming weeks that we had last October."
The much-hyped bipartisan Ryan-Murray budget “deal” struck late last year increases the national debt $6.4 trillion over the next ten years. It does nothing to change the trajectory of our growing debt at a time when it is among the greatest national security threats facing our nation. The “deal” also increases near term federal spending with a promise of future cuts (dubious) while raising taxes on airline passengers. Worse, it features a cut in pension benefits to current military members and veterans who earned those pensions in measures of blood and sweat. I voted against it. by Rep. Jim Bridenstine 44