Tuesday, October 3, 2023


PassportCard and Magnus International Rescue Israeli Travelers from Ethiopian Conflict Zone

In response to escalating hostilities between the Ethiopian army and the local FANO militia in the Amhara province of Ethiopia.

PM Netanyahu discharged from hospital after successful pacemaker installation

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was released from the Sheba Medical Center in Ramat Gan on Monday morning following a successful operation.

Nationwide Protests Escalate as “Reasonableness” Bill Sparks Outrage

In response to the government coalition's push to pass the controversial "reasonableness" bill, anti-judicial overhaul protesters across the natio.

Team8 Group hosts annual CISO Summit in Tel Aviv

Team8 Group, a renowned venture group specializing in fintech, cyber, data, and digital health, successfully hosted its highly anticipated Annual CISO Summit in Tel Aviv last week

Herzliya residents befuddled by large explosion with unknown cause

On Thursday evening, residents of Herzliya, the central city, were bewildered by a large and mysterious explosion that shook the area and caught the attention of authorities.

Officials questioned for throwing stun grenades at protestors

Police questioned six officers on Sunday about their role in throwing stun grenades at anti-government protesters in Tel Aviv earlier this month.

Palestinian female inmate, 68, dies in Israeli jail

According to the Palestinian Wafa news agency, a 68-year-old Palestinian lady has passed away in an Israeli prison six months.

Israel to hold 5th general election in less than four years

Israel will hold its fifth general election in less than four years, after the country's broken coalition government decided it could no longer function.

Danish court finds Iranian trio guilty of spying for Saudi Arabia

Three members of the Arab Struggle Movement for the Liberation of Ahwaz (ASMLA), an Iranian separatist group, were found guilty by a Danish court of inciting violence in Iran and gathering information for an undisclosed Saudi intelligence service. The court...

Laser wall to be constructed to intercept missiles: PM Bennett

Prime minister Bennett said that the country's Iron Dome missile defence system is too expensive, and the government is hastening the deployment of laser technology to defend against rocket assaults.
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If elected Claudia Sheinbaum will be Mexico’s first female, Jewish President

As Mexico gears up for its 2024 presidential election, the nation is on the cusp of making history in...
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