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Benjamin Netanyahu is set to meet with Putin to discuss Syrian ceasefire agreement


Here are the top stories from this episode of ZION news:

- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has extended his condolences to the victims of the terror car-ramming attack in Barcelona, Spain. Israeli woman Edna Hajaj was one of the wounded, having had her foot and toes crushed in the attack.

- Prime Minister Netanyahu and Russian President Vladimir Putin are set to have their next meeting in Moscow to discuss Israel’s concerns with the Syrian ceasefire agreement, Iran, Hezbollah, and other related matters.

- The General Chief of Staff of Iran’s military recently visited the Turkish capital, meeting with top Turkish officials including President Tayyip Erdogan himself, in first diplomatic meetings between the two countries since 1979.

- Founder and Executive Director of the Israel Institute for Strategic Studies, Dr. Martin Sherman, came to the ILTV studio to discuss the implications of an Iran-Turkey alliance.

- The Lebanese army, with help from the United States, is launching its biggest attack on ISIS to date. Lebanese soldiers allegedly received American military training, and top officials from the Pentagon were in Lebanon leading up to this operation.

- Singer-songwriter Si Himan and singer-songwriter and guitarist Elad Shudler, spoke at the  ILTV studio about Israeli musical icon Nachum Himan on the one year anniversary of his death.

- Archaeologists have uncovered two sacred Mikveh bathhouses used by Jews used for hundreds of years until the Nazis destroyed Lithuania’s great synagogue during the Holocaust.

- An employee of the Israeli postal service has been caught stealing thousands of packages over the last year.

- Learn a new Hebrew word every day. Today’s word is "chavila," written חבילה, which means "package."

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