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Daily Briefing July 11: What’s in store for Biden in Israel? Plus, a traffic report

Diplomatic correspondent Lazar Berman brings us up to speed on the groundwork for the Biden visit; military reporter Emanuel Fabian updates us on Egyptian mass graves from 1967

Welcome to The Times of Israel’s Daily Briefing, your 15-minute audio update on what’s happening in Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world, from Sunday through Thursday.

Diplomatic correspondent Lazar Berman and military reporter Emanuel Fabian join host Amanda Borschel-Dan on today’s episode.

The regional leaders are getting ready for United States President Joe Biden’s trip to Israel Wednesday with a series of phone calls. Who has been talking with whom?

While Biden is here, he’s going to check out some of our military technology. What can he expect to see?

On the final day of the trip, Biden will go virtual with our Prime Minister Yair Lapid for a unique conference called I2U2. What do we need to know?

Fabian updates us on the expected traffic complications. And there are a lot.

We’re hearing reports that bodies of dozens of Egyptian commandos who fought Israel during the Six Day War were discovered in a mass grave near Latrun in central Israel. Fabian updates us on what’s happening so far.

Discussed articles include:

Rare dialogue: Ahead of Biden visit, Lapid, Herzog hold phone calls with PA’s Abbas

Lapid speaks to Erdogan, Sissi, as Israel bolsters links with neighbors

Lapid, Jordan’s King Abdullah discuss ties, upcoming Biden trip in phone call

Biden visit set to cause traffic chaos in central Israel; 16,000 cops to be deployed

Lapid tells Sissi he’ll probe reports of mass grave for Egyptian soldiers from 1967

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