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Noah Fisher

Israel votes for fourth election in two years

Israel went to the polls in less than two years for the fourth election, and the country is still divided over whether Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu deserves to stay.

Pope Francis believes “racism is virus that lurks in setting”

Pope Francis on Sunday said that racism, likening it to a virus that lurks in setting and only to improve and show considered social progress.

Final result of Israel election might end up in a ‘Deadlock’: Survey

The final polls conducted on Tuesday before the election point to a continuing political deadlock, as the anti- or pro-Netanyahu blocs are not expected to receive 61 seats to form a government.

$210 million government aid to Israeli airlines

Tel-Aviv: Israeli airlines will receive a lifeline from the government to deal with the coronavirus crisis. The government plans to pre-purchase agreements with airlines to increase revenue. El Al is the first to receive this lifeline and saw the...

PM Netanyahu on election battle ground without key ally Donald Trump

Tel-Aviv: As Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu faces a re-election campaign next week, he is missing an ally he has been able to rely on for the past two years over three previous votes: Donald Trump. The US former president's...

Iran enriching uranium at underground plant with high-tech machines: Report

Iran has commenced enriching uranium at its Natanz underground plant with a second type of advanced centrifuge

Palentine rumbles as Former PM Salam Fayyad returns to politics

Former Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad announced on March 9 his plans to run in the upcoming Palestinian Legislative Council elections.

AstraZeneca declares further cuts in deliveries of COVID-19 to EU

Pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca published on Saturday further cuts to games of its COVID-19 vaccine to the European Union, citing export orders for the move.

Some regions of Italy to go back into lockdown from Monday

Multiple regions of will be under strict lockdown from Monday, the Italian Ministry of Health declared on Friday.

Joe Biden announces new “vaccine plans” for the US

President Joe Biden stated on Thursday he would order U.S. states to allow all adults to be eligible for the coronavirus vaccine by May 1.

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The Biden government has announced plans to resume the money for the United Nations agency that supports Palestinian refugees.

Ukraine intends to fasten up joining NATO to send ‘real signal to Russia’

Ukraine's president needs to speed up the country's path to NATO membership to send a "real signal to Russia". Volodymyr Zelenskyy made the call after...

Senior Jordanian leader accuses crown prince for “malicious plot”

A senior Jordanian leader on Sunday accused the country's then crown prince of cooperating with foreign elements in a "malicious plot".