Morning news brief: Israel politics, Myanmar junta, G7 and more, World News

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Here is WION’s daily morning news brief with what’s happening around the world today.

Netanyahu said “if it’s our destiny to be in the opposition, we’ll do so with our heads high until we take down this bad government and return to lead the country our way”.Conflicts in Myanmar’s borderlands have reignited in several places since the army seized power on February 1 and overthrew elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi.White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan said on Sunday G7 leaders rallied around the need to “counter and compete” with China on challenges ranging from safeguarding democracy to the technology race.

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Israel: ‘We’ll be back soon, says Netanyahu; vows to stay in politics

Netanyahu, 71, in typically combative style, vowed shortly before his defeat that “if it’s our destiny to be in the opposition, we’ll do so with our heads high until we take down this bad government and…

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