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Netanyahu uses Ukrainian card

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has ended two-day visit to Ukraine. During his visit to Kiev he signed a series of bilateral cooperation agreements with President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky (areas of interest were not specified, with …

Israel intercepts Gaza rocket after weeks of calm

Palestinians in the Gaza Strip fired a rocket at southern Israel on Friday night in what the army said was the first such attack in over a month, France 24 reports. A military statement said the projectile was intercepted by the Iron …

Israel bars Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib from visiting

Israel is blocking two US Democratic lawmakers and prominent critics of Israel from visiting, BBC reports. Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib were due to visit the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem next week. Both have supported …

Israeli astrophysicists found live-friendly planets

Astrophysicists from Israel have discovered two life-friendly planets. A corresponding study is published in The Astrophysical Journal Letters. The scientists distinguish two exoplanets located near Teegarden’s Star. These two …

EastMet not to replace Nord Stream 2

EastMed, a mixed offshore/onshore Israeli, Cypriot and Greek natural gas pipeline designed to connect gas resources in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea to continental Europe via Greece may be the perfect U.S. response to claims that the sanctions …

Tel Aviv City Hall lights up in solidarity with U.S.

The facade of the Tel Aviv-Yafo municipality building lit up last night with the colors of the U.S. flag in solidarity with the United States, which was struck by mass deadly shootings over the weekend. "Tel Aviv City Hall lit …

Israel approves new homes for Palestinians in West Bank

Israel has approved the construction of 6,000 new homes for Jewish settlers and 700 new homes for Palestinians in an area of the West Bank where it has full control, an Israeli official said. The announcement for Area C housing …

Rouhani: Iran ready to negotiate but not surrender

Iran is ready for negotiations but not if they mean surrender, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said. "As long as I have the responsibility for the executive duties of the country, we are completely ready for …