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Maayan Lubell

Israel says Iran's Raisi extreme, committed to nuclear programme

Jun 19 2021

JERUSALEM (Reuters) -Israel on Saturday condemned Iran's newly-elected president Ebrahim Raisi, saying he was its most extreme president yet and committed to quickly advancing Tehran's nuclear programme.

Israel says COVID-19 vaccines rejected by Palestinians were safe

Jun 19 2021

JERUSALEM COVID-19 vaccines delivered by Israel and then rejected by the Palestinian Authority (PA) over their expiration date were fine, the Israeli health ministry said on Saturday.

Israeli policeman charged with manslaughter of autistic Palestinian

Jun 17 2021

JERUSALEM An Israeli policeman has been charged with manslaughter in the killing of an autistic Palestinian man in Jerusalem a year ago, the Justice Ministry said Thursday, in an incident that sparked protests and widespread condemnation.

Netanyahu out, Bennett in as Israel marks end of an era

Jun 13 2021

JERUSALEM (Reuters) -Benjamin Netanyahu's record 12-year run as Israel's prime minister ended on Sunday with parliament approving a new "government of change" led by nationalist Naftali Bennett, an improbable scenario few Israelis once could have imagined. | Video

New Israeli government set to unseat Netanyahu, but when?

Jun 08 2021

JERUSALEM Israel's parliament is set on Sunday to hold a special vote on a new government. If it wins the Knesset's confidence, the new governing coalition will end Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's record hold on power.

New Israeli government set to unseat Netanyahu, but when?

Jun 08 2021

JERUSALEM Israel's parliament is set on Sunday to hold a special vote on a new government. If it wins the Knesset's confidence, the new governing coalition will end Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's record hold on power.

Israeli police bar right-wing march through Jerusalem's Old City

Jun 07 2021

JERUSALEM (Reuters) -Israeli far right groups scrapped a planned march through Jerusalem's Old City after police refused to authorise it amid fears it would rekindle strife that led to 11 days of intense fighting between Israel and Palestinian militants last month.

Israeli police bar right-wing march through Jerusalem's Old City

Jun 07 2021

JERUSALEM (Reuters) -Israeli far right groups scrapped a planned march through Jerusalem's Old City after police refused to authorise it amid fears it would rekindle strife that led to 11 days of intense fighting between Israel and Palestinian militants last month.

Israel domestic security warns of violence as Netanyahu faces unseating

Jun 05 2021

JERUSALEM The head of Israel's domestic security service issued a rare warning on Saturday of possible violence during one of the most politically charged periods in decades, with the country on the verge of unseating Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, its longest serving leader.

Israel domestic security warns of violence as Netanyahu faces unseating

Jun 05 2021

JERUSALEM (Reuters) -The head of Israel's domestic security service issued a rare warning on Saturday of possible violence during one of the most politically charged periods in decades, with the country on the verge of unseating Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, its longest serving leader.

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