Saturday, April 10, 2021


Greece, Israel signs agreement to boost tourism, economy

Israeli and Greek officials agreed to clear the way for vaccinated tourists between their Mediterranean countries to boost their economies amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu pleads not guilty

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said that he is not guilty of one charge of bribery and three counts of fraud and breach of trust in a Jerusalem court.

PM Netanyahu condemns ICC, says will fight against its decision

On Saturday, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu described a ruling by the International Criminal Court as "pure anti-Semitism

Palestine seeks strong, deterrent sanctions against Israel

 Palestine today calls for the imposition of strong and deterrent sanctions against Israel over a North Jordan Valley community's demolition.

Why Israel shouldn’t carouse the COVID-19 vaccination success

Israel should celebrate. More than 20% of the population is fully vaccinated. Another 15% get the first of two bumps and will be protected by mid-February.

Arab Parliament: Kosovo must change mind about embassy’s location

The Arab parliament condemns Kosovo's decision to relocate its embassy to Jerusalem, which recognizes the disputed holy city as Israel's capital, reports Jordan's state agency Petra.

Bomb explosion near Israel Embassy at New Delhi

A small bomb exploded near the Israeli embassy in New Delhi, leaving no one injured, in an incident which an Israeli official said was being credited to terrorism.

Iran dismissed any attack threat from Israel

President Hassan Rouhani's Chief of Staff said that the Biden administration is independent and will not obey all Israeli orders like the previous US government, as Israel announced that it was revising the plan of attack against Iran.

Israel: Our response will be extreme in next war

Israel has warned that it will respond in a rare address by IDF Chief of Staff Aviv Kochavi on Tuesday in the next counter-attack against threats from its enemies in Iran, Lebanon and the Gaza Strip.

Expanding relations with UAE, Israel opens its first embassy

Israel on Sunday said it has opened its embassy in the United Arab Emirates following last year's US-Brocade Agreement to establish full diplomatic relations with Gulf countries.
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Slovakia to send back Sputnik V COVID-19 vaccine due to contract violations

Slovakia was told to send back its Sputnik V coronavirus vaccines "due to multiple contract violations".

Biden to resume aid to UN Palestinian refugee agency cut by Trump

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".