Saturday, June 12, 2021

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Gaza death toll jumps to 83 as Israeli air raids increases

Israeli warplanes attacked tall buildings and other targets in the Gaza Strip when Palestinians woke up in the besieged enclave on Thursday

Israel: Night of heaving bombing continued on Wednesday morning

A night of heavy bombing on the Gaza Strip continued on Wednesday morning when Israeli forces launched intensive raids at various besieged coastal areas.

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...

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.

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.

Israel signs defence agreement with Greece

Israel and Greece have signed their largest defence acquisition agreement ever, which according to Israel, would strengthen political and economic ties.

Israel declares face mask “non mandatory” for outdoors

Israelis will no longer have to wear face masks outdoors from Sunday because the number of COVID-19 infections is declining, Health Minister Yuli Edelstein said.

Saudi FM: Deal with Israel will be ‘very helpful’ for region

A normalization agreement between Saudi Arabia and Israel would benefit the region, the foreign minister said in the kingdom.

Israel soon to start vaccination of children under 16 by May 2021

Israel hopes to administer the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine to children aged 12 to 15 from May, after a study showed its effectiveness for the age group.
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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.