Daily Archives: October 12, 2020

Slovak far-right leader sentenced to four years jail for spreading hate

By | 2020-10-12T19:29:47+00:00 October 12th, 2020|World|

The party has in the past years softened its tone, emphasizing pledges to toughen law and order and defend “decent Slovaks” against what it sees as the EU-driven evils of immigration liberalism.

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‘Entry for Arabs is dangerous’: West Bank settlement activists erect warning sign

By | 2020-10-12T17:30:09+00:00 October 12th, 2020|Middle East|

After IDF commander says settlement cannot bar entry to Arabs, Yitzhar erects sign meant to resemble those posted by Israel at entrances to Area A

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UAE to host second human trial abroad of Russia’s COVID-19 vaccine

By | 2020-10-12T15:30:33+00:00 October 12th, 2020|World|

The UAE's health minister said that the Gulf state's high degree of demographic diversity made it an advantageous location to hold a vaccine trial.

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Yehoshua Kenaz, one of the greats of Hebrew literature, dies of COVID at 83

By | 2020-10-12T13:23:57+00:00 October 12th, 2020|Israel|

Writer, translator and former Haaretz editor published his most well-known novel “Infiltration," considered a milestone in Hebrew literature, in 1986

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