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* EU mini-summit set to discuss top jobs succession European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker arrives at a European Union leaders summit after European Parliament elections to discuss who should run the EU executive for the next five years, in Brussels, Belgium May 28, 2019.
* Putin hails 'UNPRECEDENTED relationship' with China as US relations sour VLADIMIR Putin said ties between Russia and China stand at “an unprecedented level" after the two countries blocked a UN bid to condemn the massacre of civilians in Sudan.
* Ex-IAEA Deputy General Warns Iran Could Have Nuclear Bomb in Six Months Iran could have a nuclear bomb in six to eight months, the former deputy head of the UN’s nuclear watchdog has warned.
* Shavuot: A Surprising Friendship On Shavuot, we hold on to the Torah with love and friendship, while expressing complete faith in its words that bring joy to our hearts.
* Temple Mount Sifting Project reboots, aims to salvage ancient temple artifacts At Jerusalem Day event, minister vows funds for project in which 500,000 artifacts from all eras of J’lem settlement have already been found in dirt illegally dumped by Muslim Waqf
* Why Jared Kushner's approach to Middle East 'peace' is doomed to fail From the beginning, it appeared farcical that a group of ideologically driven men with personal ties to the U.S. president and Israel, no experience in world politics and no interest in international law or the universality of human rights could deliver peace to the Middle East.
* Putin’s Turkish Gambit The first-ever NATO member state to shoot down a Russian military jet has willingly fallen in line with Vladimir Putin’s “Turkish Gambit,” a strategy designed to drive a deep crack into the NATO alliance.
* The Priorities of Palestinian Leaders Some 18 Palestinian journalists, political and social activists, and academics have been killed in Syria in recent years, while dozens of others have been arrested.
* The Transatlantic Relationship on the 75th Anniversary of D-Day US President Donald Trump's attendance at this week's commemorations to mark the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings in northern France comes at a time when the future of the transatlantic relationship between the US and Europe is under unprecedented strain.