Israel prepares to demolish family home of Palestinian gunman | Israel-Palestine conflict News

Israel sealed the family home of a Palestinian who killed seven Israelis on Friday as part of punitive measures aimed at relatives. Israel has sealed off the home of a Palestinian man who killed seven people outside a synagogue in occupied East Jerusalem, in a preliminary step ahead of the expected demolition of the building. … Read more

Balancing act: BoBo takes the boring out of balance

The Eureka moment for physiotherapists (PTs) EItan Merhavy and Gadi Nir, two of the four co-founders of Israeli startup BoBo Balance, came several years ago when they were treating an IDF soldier to whom they gave a BOSU, which is a tilted surface for practicing balance. “We stepped out for a moment and left him … Read more

World reacts to rising violence in Israel-Palestine conflict | Israel-Palestine conflict News

World leaders have called for calm amid rising violence in the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem. On Thursday, Israeli forces killed nine Palestinians in the Jenin refugee camp during a raid. On the same day, a Palestinian man was shot dead by Israeli forces in the town of al-Ram, north of Jerusalem, marking one … Read more

Israel’s Netanyahu vows ‘swift response’ to Jerusalem attack | Israel-Palestine conflict News

Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has promised “a strong, swift and precise response” in the wake of escalating deadly violence in the occupied West Bank and the occupied East Jerusalem. Netanyahu made the statement on Saturday as he convened his security cabinet over one of the deadliest attacks carried out by a Palestinian in years … Read more

Italy’s Eni signs $8bn gas deal with Libya amid energy crunch | Oil and Gas News

The energy agreement, signed during Italian PM Meloni’s visit to Tripoli, seeks to boost Libya’s gas output through new offshore gas fields. Italian energy company Eni and Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) signed an $8bn gas production deal aimed at boosting energy supplies to Europe despite the insecurity and political chaos in the North African … Read more

Italy’s Eni signs $8bn gas deal with Libya amid energy crunch | Oil and Gas News

The energy agreement, signed during Italian PM Meloni’s visit to Tripoli, seeks to boost Libya’s gas output through new offshore gas fields. Italian energy company Eni and Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) signed an $8bn gas production deal aimed at boosting energy supplies to Europe despite the insecurity and political chaos in the North African … Read more

US charges three in Iran-linked plot to assassinate journalist | Crime News

The United States Department of Justice has charged three people in an alleged, foiled murder-for-hire plot to assassinate an Iranian-American journalist, a scheme that Washington says was directed from Iran. US Attorney General Merrick Garland announced the charges on Friday, saying the Iranian government had previously targeted the intended victim, who is a critic of … Read more

Gov’t mismanagement, external pressures as Arab currencies crash | Economy News

“I cannot feed bridges to my children,” says Muhammad, a driver living in the Nile Delta, in reference to the Egyptian government’s large infrastructure building drive, as the country suffers from a cost-of-living crisis. “I can hardly afford the most basic necessities. This government has been in power for over eight years. They have done … Read more

More sanctions as Iran and EU clash over IRGC ‘terror’ label | News

EU foreign policy chief says that the bloc won’t label the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps a ‘terrorist’ organization, for now. Tehran, Iran – The European Union will step up sanctions targeting Iranian officials deemed to be involved in an ongoing crackdown against anti-government protesters in the country, but will not go as far as declaring … Read more

Explainer: What is behind the recent protests in Israel? | Protests News

EXPLAINER Some 100,000 protesters turned up on Saturday in Tel Aviv, the largest demonstration so far since Netanyahu’s return to power. Some 100,000 protesters turned out in central Tel Aviv, demonstrating against plans by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s new government to change the judicial system that protesters say will threaten democratic checks and balances on … Read more