Netanyahu: Iran is a Great Threat to World Security

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, wearing a face mask, looks as his corruption trial resumes, at Jerusalem's District Court April 5, 2021. (Reuters)
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, wearing a face mask, looks as his corruption trial resumes, at Jerusalem's District Court April 5, 2021. (Reuters)
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Netanyahu: Iran is a Great Threat to World Security

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, wearing a face mask, looks as his corruption trial resumes, at Jerusalem's District Court April 5, 2021. (Reuters)
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, wearing a face mask, looks as his corruption trial resumes, at Jerusalem's District Court April 5, 2021. (Reuters)

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned on Tuesday against going back to the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran, describing the country as a huge threat to the world.

"We must not go back to the dangerous nuclear deal with Iran, because a nuclear Iran is an existential threat to the state of Israel and a great threat to the security of the entire world,” Netanyahu said.

He brought up Iran in a speech to his Likud party after being asked to form a government following the country's recent election.

Israel is concerned about the Biden administration's readiness to enter into new negotiations with Iran to revive the multilateral deal that restricted Tehran's nuclear weapons.



North Korea Launches Balloons Likely Carrying Trash toward South Korea

North Korea resumes sending balloons carrying trash over the border to South Korea (Reuters)
North Korea resumes sending balloons carrying trash over the border to South Korea (Reuters)
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North Korea Launches Balloons Likely Carrying Trash toward South Korea

North Korea resumes sending balloons carrying trash over the border to South Korea (Reuters)
North Korea resumes sending balloons carrying trash over the border to South Korea (Reuters)

South Korea says North Korea has launched balloons likely carrying trash toward South Korea.
South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff says the balloons were flying north of Seoul, which is about an hour’s drive from the border, on Thursday afternoon, The Associated Press said.
North Korea has been widely expected to launch balloons toward the South because it has vowed to respond to what it called repeated South Korean civilian leafleting campaigns.