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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu full remarks at Shimon Peres funeral (C-SPAN).
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu provides remarks at the funeral of Shimon Peres.

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“President-elect Trump, my friend, Congratulations on being elected President of the United States of America. You are a great friend of Israel. Over the years, you’ve expressed your support consistently, and I deeply appreciate it. I look forward to working with you to advance security, prosperity and peace. Israel is grateful for the broad support it enjoys among the American people, and I’m confident that the two of us, working closely together, will bring the great alliance between our two countries to even greater heights.

May God bless America.
May God bless Israel.
May God bless our enduring alliance.”

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President Trump has invited Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to the White House. Among other issues, they’re likely to discuss Trump’s controversial pledge to move the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Tal Shalev, political correspondent for Israel’s Walla News, joins CBSN to discuss the relationship between Trump and Israel.

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Theresa May has officially taken office as Britain’s new prime minister, the nation’s second female leader after Margaret Thatcher. She vows to build a country that “works for everyone” and eyes “bold new positive role” for Britain after Brexit. Facing huge post-Brexit challenges, how would Mrs. May lead Britain walk forward? John Ross of the Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China; Mark Garnett of the Department of Politics Philosophy and Religion at Lancaster University; and Josef Janning of the European Council for Foreign Relations discuss what lies ahead.

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CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg toured Israel with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for the PBS special, “Israel: The Royal Tour.” Greenberg, who recently watched the special with the leader at the Los Angeles premiere, discusses Netanyahu’s reaction with the “CBS This Morning” co-hosts.

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Russia looks set to offer Iran a €2.20 billion (.46 billion) loan after the move was confirmed by Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak in Moscow on Friday. He made the announcement after meeting with Iranian Minister of Communications and Information Technology Mahmoud Vaezi in the Russian capital. Novak said “a draft agreement on two credit extensions has been prepared. The total amount is 2.2 billion euros, with one billion euros for construction of a power plant in Iran.”

SOT, Russian Minister of Energy Alexander Novak (Russian): “In the last half year, we have been working on simplifying procedures that restrain economic trade flows, including an agreement on investment protection and capital contributions, and other agreements on the simplification of the visa regime.”

SOT, Russian Minister of Energy Alexander Novak (Russian): “A draft agreement on two credit extensions has been prepared. The total amount is 2.2 billion euros with one billion euros for construction of a power plant in Iran.”

SOT, Iranian Minister of Communications and Information Technology Mahmoud Vaezi (Farsi): “We took a few very important decisions today: we agreed to sign as soon as possible a manufacturing industry ‘road map,’ we also agreed to organise a working party on energy production, and we agreed to organise a working party on urban development.”

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu apologizes to Kenyans for causing trouble on the roads.

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu apologizes to Kenyans for causing trouble on the roadsIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu apologizes to Kenyans for causing trouble on the roadsIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu apologizes to Kenyans for causing trouble on the roadsIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu apologizes to Kenyans for causing trouble on the roads