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Daybreak: Tit for Tat on Nukes

Says Iran, plus a new charge against Israel and more in the news

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• According to a “semi-official Iranian news agency,” Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said that he won’t give up nukes until the “illegal regime” in Israel does the same. [Haaretz]
• A report from a Israeli news program said Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas told President Barack Obama that he’s sick of trying to work with Israeli P.M. Benjamin Netanyahu and will not seek reelection in January. [JTA]
• Amnesty International reports that Israel is withholding water from Palestinians; an Israeli spokesperson calls the idea “completely ludicrous.” [AP]
• Researchers have discovered that Jews living in Israel who survived World War II in Europe have a much higher risk of developing cancer. [Reuters]

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Daybreak: Tit for Tat on Nukes

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