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Tuesday, 15 June 2021
A long-running campaign by Israeli settlers to evict dozens of Palestinian families in east Jerusalem is still underway, even after it fueled weeks of unrest and helped ignite an 11-day Gaza war
'They are good or bad for their nation. And when it comes to us, they are all bad, and they all refuse to give the Palestinians their rights and their land'
‘I'm not a military expert but I would not dispute that,’ Schmale said in a recent interview, adding that there was ‘huge sophistication’ in how Israel struck targets
'We're not going to speak to government formation while it's in process,' State Department spokesman Ned Price said after Gantz met with Secretary of State Antony Blinken
The head of OPCW told the U.N. Security Council that its experts have investigated 77 allegations against Syria, and concluded that in 17 cases chemical weapons were likely or definitely used
The US withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear deal and re-imposition of sanctions led to Iran stepping up its nuclear activities
Radi also began a hunger strike in April, but he suspended it three weeks later, due to what his father said at the time was a "significant deterioration" of his health
On Twitter, Netanyahu's Likud party called on former right-wing allies to "immediately withdraw" their signatures
Iranian state media reported that 400 sailors and trainee cadets on board fled the vessel, while 33 suffered injuries in the incident. Iranian officials have offered no cause for the fire
A flight from Tripoli of Libya's Buraq Air landed late Wednesday in Tobruk, a centre of power of a parallel administration that until recently controlled the east
Netanyahu faces a maximum of 10 years in prison for corruption, and three years for fraud and breach of trust
If it goes through, Lapid and a diverse array of partners that span the Israeli political spectrum will end Netanyahu's record-setting but divisive 12-year rule
The blaze came the same day a fire struck the largest warship in the Iranian navy, which later sank in the Gulf of Oman
The right-wing nationalist tech millionaire Naftali Bennett, 49, would serve first as prime minister in a rotation agreement, with Yair Lapid to take over after two years
'I'm sure that the next round will be the one in which we will finally get the deal,' Mora told reporters after the meeting
Guterres said the assembly passed a resolution saying they can still vote in the current session which ends in September
Israel opposes the deal, which it says could enable the Islamic republic to develop nuclear arms
The UN has said an oil spill would destroy Red Sea ecosystems, shut down the fishing industry and close Yemen's lifeline Hodeida port for six months
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