Wednesday, May 19, 2021

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Israel to probe killing of Palestinian child amid protests

Israel's military will investigate claims of its armed forces shot dead a Palestinian youngster during a dissent a week ago, a murdering that was condemned by the United Nations and the European Union.

One demonstrator dies during anti-government protests in Israel

More than a dozen people were detained during anti-government protests in Israel on Saturday and one demonstrator died at a hospital after he was crushed by a car,

Bahrain announces it won’t permit imports from Israeli settlements

Under European Union guidelines, settlement commodities or products should be prominently marked as such when exported to European Union member nations.

Man arrested for attempting to set fire to Church of All Nations in Jerusalem

A Jerusalem man was caught on Friday for dropping inflammable liquid and setting it on fire at the Church of All Nations in Jerusalem

Czech Republic announces to open an office in Jerusalem

The Czech Republic declared to open a diplomatic presence in its Jerusalem office by establishing a diplomatic office.

Hundreds of Ethiopian immigrants welcomed by government in Israel

These immigrants were welcomed with a warm festive ceremony as the Israeli government took a step toward bringing out its commitment of reuniting hundreds of families divided between the two nations.

Israel Navy welcomes first of the four German-made war-ships

Israel’s navy on Wednesday welcomed the first of four German-made war-ships that will be at the forefront of the country’s attempts to protect its coastal borders

Israel to open museums, shopping malls to ease COVID-19 restrictions

Israel's Corona Cabinet has actually determined to permit the resuming of primary purchasing markets, malls, as well as museums, the state's Prime Minister's office and also Ministry of Health, stated in a joint statement on Thursday.

Heavy rainfall causes heavy flooding in Israel

Heavy rainfall and powerful gusts over the country generated massive flooding on Thursday, as infrastructure in various cities collapsed and left dozens trapped in flooded structures.
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Truce calls mount on Israel-Hamas conflicts, no deaths reported

Cross-border fighting between Israel and Hamas appears to have slowed slightly early Tuesday, with no deaths recorded
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Two senior medical doctors killed in Israel attack at Gaza

Medical workers and health organizations announced the killing of two senior doctors - a neurologist and the head of internal medicine at the largest hospital in Gaza.

US President tremble full of plans

A British prime minister, Harold Macmillan of the 1950s and '60s, was allegedly asked what made his job the most difficult, to which he replied:' Events, my dear son, events. 'This reflects his boss from the war, Winston Churchill, who once said he was ruling against' the opposition of events'.

Palestinians mourn loved ones killed in Israeli air raids at Gaza

Gaza City - When Mohammad Saad learned that an Israeli airstrike had killed his cousin Reema Saad, he sated the news hit the family "like a bolt of thunderball".

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