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Netanyahu, Museveni vow to fight terrorism

  Entebbe, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT |  “Exactly forty years ago, our forces took part in a historic mission to rescue hostages. The forces landed in the dead of night in a country ruled by a dictator who aids terrorists. Now here I am, I have landed in daylight in a friendly …

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Israel and Rwanda share bond of ‘pain of genocide’

Kigali, Rwanda | AFP | Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrived in Rwanda on Wednesday for a symbolic stop on his “historic” African tour, boosting ties between two countries with a history marked by genocide. Welcomed on arrival by Rwandan President Paul Kagame, Netanyahu visited the Kigali Memorial Centre where …

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VIDEO: 40th Anniversary of Operation Thunderbolt

NBS: Israel is returning to Africa and Africa is returning to Israel are the words everyone around the continent wanted to hear from the Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Nentanyahu as he visits the continent. Nentanyahu who arrived in the country at 1:30pm  was here to commemorate the 40th anniversary of …

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PHOTOGRAPHS: Netanyahu in Uganda

PHOTOGRAPHS: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu commemorated the 40th anniversary Monday of the Uganda hostage rescue in which his brother died, as he started a “historic” tour seeking new trade partners in Africa. After the commemorating at Entebbe, a regional summit on security was held with leaders from Uganda, Kenya, …

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Israel PM Netanyahu in Uganda

  The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is in Uganda, his first trip as premier to sub-Saharan Africa. He has just flown in Monday, exactly 40 years after Israel commandos rescued hostages in the famous Operation Thunderbolt at Entebbe. He was received by President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda, and given a …

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Netanyahu to minister: thanks but… no thanks?

Jerusalem, Undefined | AFP | Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday chided a cabinet colleague who failed to give him public praise for pushing through a long-sought offshore gas deal. After ministers approved revisions to the agreement with a US-led consortium designed to overcome a court challenge, Energy Minister …

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