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IDF opens up roads near Gaza after gunfire concerns

There was a clash between the Palestinian processors and the police.

There was a clash between the Palestinian processors and the police.

Hezbollah leader reveals group has 100,000 fighters

Hezbollah chief: "Our fighters are well-trained, organized, structured, armed, experienced, spiritual."

Hezbollah chief: "Our fighters are well-trained, organized, structured, armed, experienced, spiritual."

Brussels vows to punish Poland for challenging EU law

Long-standing tensions between Brussels and Warsaw are reaching boiling point.

Long-standing tensions between Brussels and Warsaw are reaching boiling point.

UNSC holds debate on Israeli-Palestinian conflict

The Security Council is holding a debate on "the situation in the Middle East" including the Palestinian question.

The Security Council is holding a debate on "the situation in the Middle East" including the Palestinian question.

Trump sues to block records requested by Jan. 6 panel

In a 26 page long letter, Trump's lawyer wrote that the House's request for documents from the executive branch are 'unprecedented'.

In a 26 page long letter, Trump's lawyer wrote that the House's request for documents from the executive branch are 'unprecedented'.

IDF opens up roads near Gaza after gunfire concerns

The military is reopening roads near the border that were blocked off earlier after the gunfire concerns.

The military is reopening roads near the border that were blocked off earlier after the gunfire concerns.

Trial begins for 96-year-old ex-Nazi camp secretary

The 96-year-old woman is charged with complicity in the murder of more than ten thousand people at the Stutthof camp.

The 96-year-old woman is charged with complicity in the murder of more than ten thousand people at the Stutthof camp.

Abu Dhabi Crown Prince invites PM Bennett for a visit

The UAE's Crown Prince had officially invited Prime Minister Naftali Bennett for the first official visit to the Kingdom.

The UAE's Crown Prince had officially invited Prime Minister Naftali Bennett for the first official visit to the Kingdom.

Sputnik V vaccine recipients to be allowed into Israel

Israel will allow Russian tourists vaccinated with Sputnik V to enter the Jewish state.

Israel will allow Russian tourists vaccinated with Sputnik V to enter the Jewish state.

4,000 West Bank Palestinians to be registered with PA

Following the approval of Israeli Defense Minister, some 4 000 Palestinians in the West Bank have been added to the Palestinian population registry.

Following the approval of Israeli Defense Minister, some 4 000 Palestinians in the West Bank have been added to the Palestinian population registry.

IDF opens up roads near Gaza after gunfire concerns

The military is reopening roads near the border that were blocked off earlier after the gunfire concerns.

The military is reopening roads near the border that were blocked off earlier after the gunfire concerns.

Trial begins for 96-year-old ex-Nazi camp secretary

The 96-year-old woman is charged with complicity in the murder of more than ten thousand people at the Stutthof camp.

The 96-year-old woman is charged with complicity in the murder of more than ten thousand people at the Stutthof camp.

Report: Israel approves $1.5B budget for targeting Iran

Reports in Israel highlight the Israeli government's allocation of $1.5B to prepare the military for a potential strike against Iran's nuclear program.

Reports in Israel highlight the Israeli government's allocation of $1.5B to prepare the military for a potential strike against Iran's nuclear program.

Israeli lawmakers fight outside Hamas patient's room

The leader of the Joint List of Arab Parties clashed with the leader of the far-right Jewish Power Party.

The leader of the Joint List of Arab Parties clashed with the leader of the far-right Jewish Power Party.

Abu Dhabi Crown Prince invites PM Bennett for a visit

The UAE's Crown Prince has officially invited Prime Minister Naftali Bennett for the first official visit to the Kingdom.

The UAE's Crown Prince has officially invited Prime Minister Naftali Bennett for the first official visit to the Kingdom.

IDF limits access to Gaza border area amid threats

The IDF is issuing road closures and heightened warnings for the surrounding of the Gaza Strip today amid undisclosed security threats.

The IDF is issuing road closures and heightened warnings for the surrounding of the Gaza Strip today amid undisclosed security threats.

Inside the Babylonian Jewry Heritage Center

The Babylonian Jewry Heritage Center in Or-Yehuda in Israel is dedicated to Iraqi Jews.

The Babylonian Jewry Heritage Center in Or-Yehuda in Israel is dedicated to Iraqi Jews.

Israel approves military budget targeting Iran

According to a report, the Israeli government approved the allocation of a $1.5B budget to prepare for military strikes targeting the Iranian nuclear program.

According to a report, the Israeli government approved the allocation of a $1.5B budget to prepare for military strikes targeting the Iranian nuclear program.

Lebanon confirms elections to be held March 27, 2022

Lebanon's Parliament confirms that early national elections will be held on March 27th 2022.

Lebanon's Parliament confirms that early national elections will be held on March 27th 2022.

Israel approves status updates for 4,000 Palestinians

Thousands of Palestinians in the West Bank are undocumented residents. Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz approves to add 4,000 West Bank Palestinians to the Palestinian population registry.

Thousands of Palestinians in the West Bank are undocumented residents. Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz approves to add 4,000 West Bank Palestinians to the Palestinian population registry.

4,000 West Bank Palestinians to be registered with PA

Following the approval of Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz, 4,000 West Bank Palestinians are added to the Palestinian population registry.

Following the approval of Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz, 4,000 West Bank Palestinians are added to the Palestinian population registry.

Study: 1 in 3 ultra-Orthodox caught COVID-19 in Israel

Almost 1 in 3 ultra-Orthodox Israelis are infected with coronavirus COVID-19 in Israel, according to a study.

Almost 1 in 3 ultra-Orthodox Israelis are infected with coronavirus COVID-19 in Israel, according to a study.

Israel, India, UAE & U.S. established economic forum

Israel, India, the United Arab Emirates, and the U.S. decided to establish an international forum for economic cooperation.

Israel, India, the United Arab Emirates, and the U.S. decided to establish an international forum for economic cooperation.

Earthquake near Greece felt throughout Israel

At 08:35 AM local time, seismologists detected a 5.8 magnitude earthquake off the coast of Israel, near Greece.

At 08:35 AM local time, seismologists detected a 5.8 magnitude earthquake off the coast of Israel, near Greece.

Hezbollah chief Nasrallah says group has 100,000 armed fighters

Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah declared in his speech on Monday that his militant group has 100,000 trained fighters.

Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah declared in his speech on Monday that his militant group has 100,000 trained fighters.

900-year-old crusader sword found on Israel seabed

An amateur diver found a 900-year-old sword believed to belong to a crusader on the Israeli Mediterranean seabed.

An amateur diver found a 900-year-old sword believed to belong to a crusader on the Israeli Mediterranean seabed.

Hundreds strip down for Dead Sea photoshoot

Hundreds of people strip down for Dead Sea photoshoot with the photographer Spencer Tunick.

Hundreds of people strip down for Dead Sea photoshoot with the photographer Spencer Tunick.

World's biggest technology show kicks off in Dubai

The world's largest technology show kicks off in Dubai. Israel has its stand.

The world's largest technology show kicks off in Dubai. Israel has its stand.

FBI working in Haiti to recover kidnapped missionaries

The FBI is working to recover the kidnapped? missionaries in Haiti, including twelve adults and five children.

The FBI is working to recover the kidnapped? missionaries in Haiti, including twelve adults and five children.

Turkey & U.S. in talks over F-16 fighter jets sale

NATO allies Turkey and the U.S. are in talks over F-16fighter jets sale.

NATO allies Turkey and the U.S. are in talks over F-16fighter jets sale.

Sputnik-vaccinated tourists to be allowed into Israel

The Russian-produced Sputnik-V vaccine is not recognized by the WHO, the FDA, and Israel. Sputnik-V vaccinated tourists are to be allowed to enter Israel.

The Russian-produced Sputnik-V vaccine is not recognized by the WHO, the FDA, and Israel. Sputnik-V vaccinated tourists are to be allowed to enter Israel.

Hezbollah chief says group has 100,000 armed fighters

Hassan Nasrallah, the leader of Lebanon's Hezbollah declared in his speech on Monday that his group has 100,000 trained fighters.

Hassan Nasrallah, the leader of Lebanon's Hezbollah declared in his speech on Monday that his group has 100,000 trained fighters.

North Korea fires ballistic missile in latest test

North Korea fired a ballistic missile into the sea on Tuesday.

North Korea fired a ballistic missile into the sea on Tuesday.

FDA to approve mixing COVID booster shots

In the U.S., the Food and Drug Administration is planning to allow Americans to receive a different COVID-19 vaccine as booster shots.

In the U.S., the Food and Drug Administration is planning to allow Americans to receive a different COVID-19 vaccine as booster shots.

Sputnik-vaccinated tourists to be allowed into Israel

According to reports, Israel has been pressured by the Russian government to allow people vaccinated with the Russian-produced Sputnik-V vaccine to enter the country.

According to reports, Israel has been pressured by the Russian government to allow people vaccinated with the Russian-produced Sputnik-V vaccine to enter the country.

Israel to reduce quarantine times for schoolchildren

Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett authorized the expansion of the 'green classroom program' and reducing quarantine times for children exposed to active coronavirus cases.

Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett authorized the expansion of the 'green classroom program' and reducing quarantine times for children exposed to active coronavirus cases.

Israel approves military budget targeting Iran

Israel's Channel 12 News reported that the Israeli government approved a $1.5 billion budget to prepare the military for a potential strike against Iran's nuclear program.

Israel's Channel 12 News reported that the Israeli government approved a $1.5 billion budget to prepare the military for a potential strike against Iran's nuclear program.

Rabin memorial turns into political slugfest

Israel is remembering the country's former Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin who was assassinated in Tel Aviv 26 years ago.

Israel is remembering the country's former Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin who was assassinated in Tel Aviv 26 years ago.

Foreign Ministers from India & Sweden visit Jerusalem

The challenge of Israel here is to find messages that connect to both India and Sweden.

The challenge of Israel here is to find messages that connect to both India and Sweden.

World's biggest technology show kicks off in Dubai

The world's biggest technology show is underway at the Dubai World Trade Centre.

The world's biggest technology show is underway at the Dubai World Trade Centre.

Colin Powell dies aged 84 from COVID complications

Colin Powell has died at the age of 84 due to COVID complications.

Colin Powell has died at the age of 84 due to COVID complications.

Israel in talks to normalize ties with Comoros

Israel and Comoros are in talks to establish diplomatic relations.

Israel and Comoros are in talks to establish diplomatic relations.

Facebook to hire 10k people in EU to build 'Metaverse'

Facebook is looking to expand its digital dominance by building 'Metaverse'.

Facebook is looking to expand its digital dominance by building 'Metaverse'.

UK police probe possible Qatar link to Amess killing

Investigations into the murder of Sir David Amess continue with the probe now looking at the conservative MP's links to Qatar.

Investigations into the murder of Sir David Amess continue with the probe now looking at the conservative MP's links to Qatar.

Turkey & U.S. in talks over F-16 fighter jets sale

Turkey may not be receiving F-16 fighter jets, but it might get some other American jets.

Turkey may not be receiving F-16 fighter jets, but it might get some other American jets.

Colin Powell dies aged 84 from COVID complications

Colin Powell has died at the age of 84 due to COVID complications.

Colin Powell has died at the age of 84 due to COVID complications.

10 years since Hamas released IDF soldier Gilad Shalit

What price should the State pay to free a captured soldier?

What price should the State pay to free a captured soldier?

Knesset holds special session in honor of Yitzhak Rabin

Opposition Leader Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the issue at the Parliament memorial for Yitzhak Rabin.

Opposition Leader Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the issue at the Parliament memorial for Yitzhak Rabin.

Israeli Parliament holds session honoring late PM Rabin

Israel is remembering the country's former Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin who was assassinated in Tel Aviv 26 years ago.

Israel is remembering the country's former Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin who was assassinated in Tel Aviv 26 years ago.

SPECIAL EDITION | Knesset holds special session in honor of Yitzhak Rabin | Monday, October 18th 2021

SPECIAL EDITION | State ceremony marks 26 years since Rabin assassination | Monday, October 18th 2021

SPECIAL EDITION | State ceremony marks 26 years since Rabin assassination | Monday, October 18th 2021

Israel opens underground cloud computing facility

A top security computing facility has just opened deep underground in Jerusalem.

A top security computing facility has just opened deep underground in Jerusalem.

Russian film crew returns from space

The first Russian film crew returns from space.

The first Russian film crew returns from space.

Russia hits record death toll of 1,000 people per day

This week, Russia reports its highest number of daily cases accompanied by the record death toll of 1,000 people per day.

This week, Russia reports its highest number of daily cases accompanied by the record death toll of 1,000 people per day.

Kidnapping of 17 missionaries in Haiti shocks nation

17 Christian missionaries were kidnapped in Haiti on Sunday after visiting an orphanage near Port-au Prince.

17 Christian missionaries were kidnapped in Haiti on Sunday after visiting an orphanage near Port-au Prince.

Lapid meets Indian PM for talks on free trade agreement

Foreign Minister Lapid meets with the Indian Foreign Minister on free trade agreement today.

Foreign Minister Lapid meets with the Indian Foreign Minister on free trade agreement today.

Israel marks anniversary of PM Yitzhak Rabin's assassination

Murdered on November 4th, 1995, Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin's assassination is marked today in Jerusalem in a state ceremony.

Murdered on November 4th, 1995, Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin's assassination is marked today in Jerusalem in a state ceremony.

Israel approves use of Astrazeneca COVID vaccine

The Israeli Health Ministry has instructed the distribution of Astrazeneca COVID vaccine.

The Israeli Health Ministry has instructed the distribution of Astrazeneca COVID vaccine.

Netanyahu to skip state ceremony honoring late PM Rabin

Opposition Leader Benjamin Netanyahu will not attend the state memorial ceremony today for assassinated Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin.

Opposition Leader Benjamin Netanyahu will not attend the state memorial ceremony today for assassinated Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin.

Facebook launches recruitment drive for new EU hub

Facebook plans to hire 10,000 people in the European Union over the next five years to work on a new computing platform.

Facebook plans to hire 10,000 people in the European Union over the next five years to work on a new computing platform.

Israel marks anniversary of PM Rabin's assassination

An official state ceremony today marks 26 years since the assassination of Former PM Yitzhak Rabin.

An official state ceremony today marks 26 years since the assassination of Former PM Yitzhak Rabin.

Sweden FM visits Israel after years of rocky ties

Swedish Foreign Minister Ann Linde makes an official visit to Israel.

Swedish Foreign Minister Ann Linde makes an official visit to Israel.

Saudi Arabia warns citizens not to travel to Lebanon

Based on the current security problem, Saudi Arabia warns its citizens against travelling to Lebanon.

Based on the current security problem, Saudi Arabia warns its citizens against travelling to Lebanon.

Israel alleges Iran stalling talks to stockpile uranium

In Israel, following last night's government security cabinet meeting, reports indicate that politicians and security officials alike increasingly suspect that Iran is stalling the nuclear talks in order to stockpile uranium.

In Israel, following last night's government security cabinet meeting, reports indicate that politicians and security officials alike increasingly suspect that Iran is stalling the nuclear talks in order to stockpile uranium.

Behind the scenes of the Gilad Shalit deal

David Meidan was behind the scene of the Gilad Shalit deal that helped to release Gilad shalit.

David Meidan was behind the scene of the Gilad Shalit deal that helped to release Gilad shalit.

10 years since Hamas released IDF soldier Gilad Shalit

It is 10 years since Hamas has released IDF soldier Gilad Shalit.

It is 10 years since Hamas has released IDF soldier Gilad Shalit.

Israel weighs rolling back regulations as cases drop

Israel weighs rolling back regulations as coronavirus cases drop.

Israel weighs rolling back regulations as coronavirus cases drop.

Rights groups accuse Tehran of policy of hostage-taking

Human rights groups accuse Tehran of its policy of hostage-taking.

Human rights groups accuse Tehran of its policy of hostage-taking.

UN Syria envoy hails step toward drafting constitution

The UN envoy to Syria hails the step that Syria's government and the opposition agreed to make on drafting the constitutional reform.

The UN envoy to Syria hails the step that Syria's government and the opposition agreed to make on drafting the constitutional reform.

Swedish FM visits Israel after years of rocky ties

Swedish Foreign Minister visits Israel after years of rocky ties.

Swedish Foreign Minister visits Israel after years of rocky ties.

Israel alleges Iran stalling talks to stockpile uranium

Following last night government security cabinet meeting, reports indicate that Israel alleges Iran of purposely stalling to resume the talks to stockpile uranium.

Following last night government security cabinet meeting, reports indicate that Israel alleges Iran of purposely stalling to resume the talks to stockpile uranium.

Hundreds take part in nude photoshoot in Israeli desert

Hundreds of models wearing only white body paint take part in a nude photoshoot near the Dead Sea for the American artist Spencer Tunick.

Hundreds of models wearing only white body paint take part in a nude photoshoot near the Dead Sea for the American artist Spencer Tunick.

UK royals hand out 'Earthshot' environmental awards

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge announced the Earthshot Prize Awards winners on Sunday.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge announced the Earthshot Prize Awards winners on Sunday.

Fmr. President Bill Clinton released from hospital

Former U.S President Bill Clinton was released from hospital on Sunday.

Former U.S President Bill Clinton was released from hospital on Sunday.

UN Syria envoy hails step toward drafting constitution

The UN envoy to Syria said that Syria's government and the opposition have agreed to start drafting constitutional reforms.

The UN envoy to Syria said that Syria's government and the opposition have agreed to start drafting constitutional reforms.

Merck strikes deal for generic versions of COVID pill

Antiviral medication produced by Merck Pharmaceuticals could end up as a simple pill reducing the serious side effects of the coronavirus. Merck strikes deal for generic versions of its COVID pill.

Antiviral medication produced by Merck Pharmaceuticals could end up as a simple pill reducing the serious side effects of the coronavirus. Merck strikes deal for generic versions of its COVID pill.

Israel weighs rolling back regulations as cases drop

Israeli health authorities are emphasising the importance and effectiveness of the country's green pass. Current restrictions such as indoor mask mandates remain for now.

Israeli health authorities are emphasising the importance and effectiveness of the country's green pass. Current restrictions such as indoor mask mandates remain for now.

Israeli hospitals hit by series of cyberattacks

Israeli authorities are trying to get to the bottom of several attempted cyberattacks targeting local hospitals and health centers over the weekend.

Israeli authorities are trying to get to the bottom of several attempted cyberattacks targeting local hospitals and health centers over the weekend.

Beirut blast probe to resume despite violence

Seven people killed in clashes during protest against Beirut probe.

Seven people killed in clashes during protest against Beirut probe.

'Flying sushi': Israel readies for drone deliveries

Food deliveries won't be the only purpose of the drones.

Food deliveries won't be the only purpose of the drones.

Future of Afghan women's sports up in the air

The hope was that sports would bring new freedom to the women of Afghanistan, but it's looking more and more likely that the next generation of young girls will never get to see these dreams realized.

The hope was that sports would bring new freedom to the women of Afghanistan, but it's looking more and more likely that the next generation of young girls will never get to see these dreams realized.

2nd sexual harassment claim made against Shimon Peres

A second woman has come forward to accuse former Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres of sexual harassment.

A second woman has come forward to accuse former Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres of sexual harassment.

FDA recommends booster doses of Moderna, J&J

The FDA's vaccine advisors voted to recommend booster shots for the Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine to everyone aged 18 and over, who received their last shot at least two months ago.

The FDA's vaccine advisors voted to recommend booster shots for the Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine to everyone aged 18 and over, who received their last shot at least two months ago.

Israeli medical centers under cyber attack threat

It is not immediately clear who could have been behind these cyber-attack attempts.

It is not immediately clear who could have been behind these cyber-attack attempts.

Hundreds protest crime surge in southern Israel

Protesters taking a stand in southern Israel in recent days.

Protesters taking a stand in southern Israel in recent days.

Arms race heats up as China tests powerful new missile

Did China successfully launch a game-changer missile?

Did China successfully launch a game-changer missile?

Sudan's military, civilian leaders jostle for power

Sudan is a strategically important country, so there's a lot at stake.

Sudan is a strategically important country, so there's a lot at stake.

PM Bennett warns of Iran's nuclear capabilities

The Iranian threat continues to dominate security concerns in Israel.

The Iranian threat continues to dominate security concerns in Israel.

Israeli medical centers under cyber attack threat

Israeli authorities are trying to get to the bottom of several attempted cyberattacks targeting local hospitals and health centers over the weekend.

Israeli authorities are trying to get to the bottom of several attempted cyberattacks targeting local hospitals and health centers over the weekend.

Bennett decries crime surge in Arab towns

The increase in violence in Israeli Arab communities is in the spotlight.

The increase in violence in Israeli Arab communities is in the spotlight.

Saudi Mosque returns to full capacity after 18 months

Muslims in The Grand Mosque in the city of Mecca perform the first prayer without social distancing since the beginning of the spread of COVID-19.

Muslims in The Grand Mosque in the city of Mecca perform the first prayer without social distancing since the beginning of the spread of COVID-19.

'Flying Sushi': Israel readies for drone deliveries

A part of an initiative led by the Israeli government aims to expand the use of drones for deliveries across the country.

A part of an initiative led by the Israeli government aims to expand the use of drones for deliveries across the country.

UK police: Murder of MP Amess was a terrorist incident

The UK police said they suspect the motivation of the UK lawmaker David Amess' murder as terror-related.

The UK police said they suspect the motivation of the UK lawmaker David Amess' murder as terror-related.

U.S., EU try to lure Iran back to negotiating table

Statements from the Iranian Foreign Ministry indicate that talks are set to get underway and how Tehran can return to the negotiation table with world powers.

Statements from the Iranian Foreign Ministry indicate that talks are set to get underway and how Tehran can return to the negotiation table with world powers.

PM Bennett: Israel is preparing for next COVID variant

Israel Prime Minister Naftali Bennett addressed the country's current situation with the coronavirus outbreak and the preparation for the next possible COVID variant.

Israel Prime Minister Naftali Bennett addressed the country's current situation with the coronavirus outbreak and the preparation for the next possible COVID variant.

Israel sees continued trend of declining morbidity

The new daily cases of the coronavirus continue to decline in Israel.

The new daily cases of the coronavirus continue to decline in Israel.

Syria denounces Israel for alleged killing of agent

Ariel Oseran brings more analysis about the Syrian government's condemnation of Israel for allegedly killing an intelligence agent near the border with the Golan Heights.

Ariel Oseran brings more analysis about the Syrian government's condemnation of Israel for allegedly killing an intelligence agent near the border with the Golan Heights.

Netflix's 'Squid Game' comes to life in Abu Dhabi event

The Korean Culture Center in Abu Dhabi has organized a real-life 'Squid Game' for Emirati fans of the show.

The Korean Culture Center in Abu Dhabi has organized a real-life 'Squid Game' for Emirati fans of the show.

Report: China tested earth-circling hypersonic missile

China has reportedly tested an orbital vehicle that, fitted with a nuclear warhead, could strike the United States from the south, effectively evading many of U.S. military radars.

China has reportedly tested an orbital vehicle that, fitted with a nuclear warhead, could strike the United States from the south, effectively evading many of U.S. military radars.