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Israeli PM Netanyahu postpones controversial judicial overhaul plan
In this issue: Controversial judicial overhaul halted in Israel; Kim Jong Un orders increased production of nuclear material
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has agreed with his National Security Minister to postpone a controversial judicial overhaul plan until the next session of parliament. Netanyahu's nationalist religious coalition had planned to give parliament the power to overturn Supreme Court rulings while giving the executive control over judicial appointments. The plans have led to mass protests and a general strike across the country. Netanyahu blamed "extremists" for the ongoing protests and warned that "Israeli society is on a dangerous collision course." The prime minister's agreement with his minister came after disagreements within the cabinet and threats of resignation.
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WASHINGTON TIMES — Kim Jong-un wants North Korea to make more nuclear material for bombs
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has ordered an increase in the production of weapons-grade material to make bombs for its nuclear arsenal. This comes after a series of missile launches, with a potential increase in military nuclear program in the coming weeks. North Korea is believed to have dozens of warheads that can be mounted on older systems, but there are differing assessments on whether they can be fitted on new weapons. North Korea is estimated to have 70kg of weapons-grade plutonium, which observers say is enough for about 9-18 bombs. The country is believed to operate at least one covert uranium enrichment facility. Analysts are skeptical about North Korea's claims of a new underwater attack drone capable of creating a "radioactive tsunami".
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