Monday, June 14, 2021

Noah Fisher

Algeria decides to ban unauthorised protests

The country's Interior Ministry has banned Algeria from carrying out unauthorized protests, a move that observers say is aimed at ending a protests.

US Military aid to Israel works as a sacred cow

For decades, U.S. military aid to Israel has been a sacred cow, with Republicans and Democrats in the United States protecting it from criticism

Israeli troops shot dead a 16-year-old Palestinian

Israeli troops have shot dead a 16-year-old Palestinian boy during a strike on a village south of the occupied West Bank city of Nablus.

One killed in Israeli attack on Syria’s Latakia

Syrian air defences intercepted an Israeli attack on several areas in northwestern Syria, including the port city of Latakia.

PM Netanyahu experience a midnight deadline to form a new coalition government

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu experience a midnight deadline on Tuesday to form a new coalition government - or he could explore the possibility of leading his Likud party into opposition for the first time in twelve years. Netanyahu had tried...

21 killed in a suicide truck attack in Afghanistan

Twenty-one people died and as common as 90 people were injured after a suicide truck attack in Afghanistan on Friday.

A great tragedy’: Dozens killed in Israel religious festival stampede

A stampede at a religious festival visited by tens of thousands of ultra-Orthodox Jews in northern Israel killed at least 44 people.

India set another global record in new virus cases on Thursday, with another 375,000 people testing positive on a single-day.

2 Spanish journalist and an Irishman killed in Burkina Faso

Two Spanish journalists and one Irish national who were captured on Monday in Burkina Faso have been killed.

Israel examines heart inflammation cases suspected by Pfizer covid shot

Israel investigates dozens of cases where people experience heart inflammation after taking Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine.

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Turkey’s economy would grow by 5.8% in 2021, says IMF

The Turkish economy will grow by 5.8% this year and return to a lower trend from 2022, the International Monetary Fund said on Friday, calling for steps to address high inflation and low reserves.
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Israeli forces shots down 3 Palestinians including to PA officers

Israeli forces shot dead at least three Palestinians, including two Palestinian Authority (PA) military intelligence officers.

Israel’s Lapid enlists Gantz, steps ahead to unseating Netanyahu

Israel's opposition leader on Wednesday came closer to ousting Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and forming a new government after agreeing with several parties.

How Israel overpower Arab people

For an awful 11 ​​days in May, the world saw the hellish fire raining down on the world's largest open-air prison camp, also known as Gaza.

Indonesia releases seized Iranian tanker after four months

Iran says Indonesia released its seized oil tanker at the end of January after the court process was completed.