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President Biden has described the current Israeli coalition government as containing some of the most extreme cabinet members he's ever seen.
Mr. Biden made the remark in an interview with cnn when he was asked why Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has yet to be invited to the White House.
Here's David Willis.
Israel is traditionally one of America's closest allies and currently receives around $4 billion a year in US military aid.
But relations have deteriorated since Benjamin Netanyahu was reelected prime minister just over 6 months ago.
His coalition government includes far-right cabinet members who oppose Palestinian statehood and are committed to expanding Jewish settlements in the West Bank.
In response, a member of Mr. Netanyahu's Likud party Danny Dannon was quoted as "saying that Israeli policy would be determined by its democratically elected government."
North Korea's defense ministry has claimed that US spy planes recently entered the country's airspace near its east coast.
There's been no immediate response from Washington to Pyongyang remarks. Ben Lowings has the details.
A spokesperson quoted by state media in Pyongyang, said there was no guarantee that a US air force strategic reconnaissance plane would not be shot down in the area.
The ministerial statement also made an apparent reference to an American nuclear powered ballistic missile submarine that arrived in the South Korean port of Busan last month.
Pyongyang said the deployment created a situation that brought nuclear conflict closer to reality.
Mexico's navy is taking over the running of the country's main international airport as part of president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's drive to tackle corruption and drug trafficking.
The navy has been running security at Benito Juarez, Mexico City's International Airport for over a year, but will now take control of the entire operation.
Critics accuse the president of blurring the line between military and civilian life.
The Colombian government says it has reached an agreement to resume peace talks with the EMC faction of the FARC, former rebel group.
Here's Leonardo Russia.
The EMC or Estado Mayor Central is believed to have as many as 3,000 fighters.
据信，EMC或Estado Mayor Central拥有多达3000名战士。
They operate across Colombia and control drug trafficking in many areas.
Their leader Ivan?Mordisco didn't accept the terms of the FARC peace deal, but his group has come on the frequent attack from the armed forces in recent months.
Colombia's peace commissioner said the government and the rebel group would discuss the truth of the main aim of reaching a permanent cessation of hostilities.
President Gustavo Pedro, a former Marxist rebel himself, came to power nearly a year ago, promising to end six decades of conflict in Colombia.
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