Saturday, November 27, 2021


Iraqi PM al-Kadhimi luckily survives drone attack on his home

Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi has stated he escaped unharmed after a drone strike on his home in the high-security Green Zone of Baghdad.

New studies in Israel finds benefits of booster COVID-19 shot

A large study in Israel, conducted by the Clalit Research Institute in collaboration with researchers from Harvard University.

Colombian President to inaugurate trade and innovation office in Jerusalem

Colombian President Ivan Duque is expected to open a trade and innovation office in Jerusalem next week during a his 3-day visit to Israel

Kabul: 19 killed, 43 injured in back to back two explosions

At least 19 people have been killed and 43 injured as two explosions, followed by gunfire, hit Afghanistan's largest military hospital in the capital.

French president says Australian PM lied over submarine deal, while Morrison deny claims

French President Emmanuel Macron has said Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison lied to him about a scrapped submarine deal

Greek PM voices concern over West’s stance towards Turkey

The Greek Prime Minister said he was concerned that the Western powers' response to the Turkish actions had encouraged them to behave unacceptably.

Sudan military coup, PM Abdallah Hamdok returned home, remain under surveillance 

Abdallah Hamdok, the ousted prime minister of Sudan, is allowed to return home, according to his office, a day after the country's military arrested him.

UN says Afghanistan is facing desperate “food crisis”, millions under risk

Millions of Afghans will face hunger this winter unless urgent action is taken, the UN World Food Program (WFP) has warned.

US promises to protect Taiwan if China ever attacks, says Biden

President Joe Biden said the United States would defend Taiwan if China attacked, in an apparent departure from a long-standing U.S. foreign policy position.

Israel approves West Bank residency for 4,000 undocumented Palestinians

Israel on Tuesday gave out permission to 4,000 Palestinians to register as residents of the West Bank, the first movement in Israeli-occupied territory in 12 years.
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After Pegasus controversy, Israel decides “not to sale” its tech to 65 countries

After the controversy over the hacking tool of the NSO company, Israel has decided to change its cyber export policy.
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