Tuesday, October 3, 2023


U.S. imposes sanctions on 14 Chinese officials over Hong Kong crackdown

The United States on Monday forced monetary sanctions and a travel ban on 14 Chinese officials over their alleged part in Beijing’s rejection last month of elected opposition legislators in Hong Kong.

First Digital Bank has applies to join TASE as a member.

Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE: TASE) declared today that the First Digital Bank has applied to join TASE as a member.

Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip to get first dose Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth and her husband Prince Philip might “make it be known” once they have taken a vaccine against COVID-19,

Turkey imposes weekend lockdowns as COVID-19 cases increases

Turkey now stands fourth globally for the number of every day new cases.

US must consult gulf countries before reviving Iran nuclear deal: Saudi Foreign Minister

The Gulf countries must be asked before the United States restores a nuclear treaty with Iran, states Saudi Arabia

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.
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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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