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# Israel

    # Apology
    UK MP apologises for describing Israeli government as ‘fascist’
    Kim Johnson also said she recognised the use of the term, ‘apartheid state’, was ‘insensitive’.
    # Palestine
    US secretary Blinken due in Jerusalem to discuss de-escalation of Israel-Palestinian bloodshed
    Israel has sought to demolish the east Jerusalem family home of a Palestinian gunman as part of measures to punish the relatives of attackers.
    # Jerusalem
    Israel announces measures against 'families of terrorists' following attacks
    Benjamin Netanyahu promised a “strong” and “swift” response to attacks carried out by two Palestinians from annexed east Jerusalem.
    # Israel
    New gun attack in east Jerusalem after synagogue mass shooting
    The two shootings marked another dramatic escalation in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
    # Israel
    Gunman kills five near synagogue in east Jerusalem
    The gunman was shot and reportedly killed in the incident in the Jewish neighbourhood of Neve Yaakov.
    # Palestine
    Explainer: Why has violence erupted in the West Bank?
    A deep sense of frustration among Palestinians and Benjamin Netanyahu’s return to power are among the reasons.
    # West Bank
    10 Palestinians killed as Israel launches deadliest West Bank raid in years
    The Palestinian officials also accused the forces of using tear gas inside a hospital children’s ward.
    # West Bank
    Palestinian government condemns shooting of man by Israeli forces
    The Israeli military said soldiers shot someone after a ‘violent confrontation’.
    # Al Aqsa
    UN Security Council to discuss Israeli minister's visit to Jerusalem holy site
    Ben-Gvir’s visit has sparked a wave of international condemnation.
    Israeli minister's visit to holy site sparks condemnation
    The United States warned of steps which may harm the status quo.
    # Israel
    Israel swears in Benjamin Netanyahu as prime minister of new far-right government
    Netanyahu, 73, is fighting corruption allegations in court.
    # West Bank
    Palestinian girl found shot dead after Israeli raid, say Palestinian ministry
    Israel’s army said it was ‘aware of reports regarding a killed Palestinian female’ and the incident ‘is under review’.
    # ICC
    Al Jazeera submits the case of its slain journalist to the International Criminal Court
    Palestinian-American Shireen Abu Akleh was shot while covering an Israel army raid in Jenin on 11 May.
    # Palestine
    Israel carries out air strikes on Gaza after rocket fired from Palestinian enclave
    There was no immediate claim for the attack, the first in a month according to the army.
    # Palestine-Israel
    Israeli troops kill three Palestinians in West Bank clashes
    Two brothers were killed by Israeli fire near Ramallah and another man was shot.
    # Israel
    One killed and 15 wounded in two bus station explosions in Jerusalem
    The twin explosions struck half an hour apart in different areas of the city
    # Middle East
    Oil tanker ‘hit by bomb-carrying drone’ off coast of Oman
    The tanker is owned by an Israeli billionaire and suspicion has fallen on Iran.
    # Israel
    Israeli PM Lapid concedes defeat to Netanyahu in election
    ‘The state of Israel comes before any political consideration,’ Yair Lapid said.
    # Israel
    Benjamin Netanyahu on cusp of Israeli election victory with far-right allies
    With around 87 percent of the vote counted, initial results put former premier Netanyahu’s right-wing bloc ahead.
    # ISRAEL ELECTION
    Benjamin Netanyahu poised to return as Israel's PM despite corruption charges
    Projected election results showed a majority government was within reach for the veteran right-winger.
    # Israel
    Initial projection shows Benjamin Netanyahu's party finishes first in Israel vote
    It’s the fifth election in less than four years.
    # Lebanon
    Israel and Lebanon strike 'historic' maritime border deal as Hezbollah call off threat of attack
    The deal comes as Lebanon hopes to extract itself from what the World Bank calls one of the worst economic crises in modern world history.
    # Jerusalem
    Australia reverses recognition of Jerusalem as Israeli capital
    Jerusalem is claimed by both Israelis and Palestinians, and most foreign governments avoid formally declaring it the capital of either state.
    # West Bank
    Palestinian doctor among two killed in Israeli West Bank raid
    Crowds of mourners gathered for the separate funerals of the two men.
    # New York
    Occupied Territories Bill would not make any 'practical difference', says Taoiseach
    The Taoiseach has said the situation in the occupied Palestinian territory is untenable.
    # West Bank
    Israel concedes IDF soldier likely killed journalist Shireen Abu Akleh
    The Abu Akleh family said that Israel had ‘refused to take responsibility for the murder’.
    # West Bank
    Palestinian killed and 16 wounded in Israeli West Bank raid
    The Israeli army said it entered Jenin overnight ‘to demolish the residence’ of the perpetrator of a deadly shooting attack in Tel Aviv.
    # pegasus
    CEO of Israeli Pegasus spyware firm to step down
    A multinational investigation revealed Pegasus spyware had been sold to governments around the world and used against human rights activists, politicians, and others.
    # Palestine
    Ireland joins eight EU countries calling Israel raid on Palestinian NGOs 'unacceptable'
    Seven organisations were raided on Thursday morning and had their doors welded closed and property confiscated.
    # West Bank
    Three Palestinians killed and dozens wounded as Israel mounts West Bank raid
    Israel agreed to a truce with Palestinian militants in Gaza at the weekend.
    # Palestine
    Israel agrees to truce as Gaza death toll rises to 31, including six children
    The health ministry also said that 265 people in Gaza have been wounded since Friday.
    # Gaza
    Coveney 'deeply concerned' about Gaza escalation and impact of strikes on civilians
    Health authorities in Gaza said 12 people have been killed, including a five-year-old girl. Minister Simon Coveney has said he is “deeply concerned” about the escalation.
    # Gaza
    Five-year-old girl among dead as Israel kills senior militant in strikes on Gaza
    It comes four days after Israel closed its two border crossings with Gaza and restricted the movement of Israeli civilians living near the frontier.
    # bansky
    Lost Banksy painting created in West Bank resurfaces in Tel Aviv gallery
    The artwork sprayed on a concrete wall shows a rat with a slingshot.
    # Palestine
    US against opening probe on death of journalist and US citizen Shireen Abu Akleh
    Israel initially said that Palestinian fire could have killed Abu Akleh, before backtracking.
    # Nablus
    Two Palestinians killed in Israeli West Bank raid
    The Palestinian Red Crescent reported treating 19 wounded in Nablus, including 10 people hit by live fire.
    # Joe Biden
    Biden likens Palestinians to Irish Catholics on trip to Middle East
    He was speaking at East Jerusalem Hospital.
    # Middle East
    Biden will use 'all' American power to stop Iran acquiring nuclear weapons
    Israel is staunchly opposed to a nuclear deal Tehran signed with world powers in 2015.
    # Middle East
    Joe Biden lands in Israel on first Middle East tour as US president
    Biden will hold talks with Israeli leaders for two days before meeting Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in the occupied West Bank.
    Ben & Jerry's sues Unilever to block distribution in Israeli settlements
    In July last year, Ben & Jerry’s said it would no longer sell its ice cream in the Israeli-occupied Palestinian territories.
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