Daily Archives: January 20, 2022

Hamas fights back against Netflix with ‘Fauda’-style Palestinian TV series

By | 2022-01-20T23:54:02+00:00 January 20th, 2022|Middle East|

'Fist of the Free' seeks to showcase 'fighting spirit that resists the occupation,' says head of artistic production unit for Gaza’s ruling group

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How the Soviet Union’s collapse changed their lives – and our world

By | 2022-01-20T22:06:44+00:00 January 20th, 2022|World|

Three decades ago, what had been the most ambitious ideological project in contemporary human history – involving the rise of a truly fearsome superpower – ended in a whimper. Nine men and women who grew up in the USSR look back at the trials and tribu...

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Senior Israeli official rejects Netanyahu plea deal that keeps him in politics

By | 2022-01-20T19:53:06+00:00 January 20th, 2022|Israel|

In first public remarks on negotiations with the former prime minister, Deputy State Prosecutor Shlomi Lemberger says 'it is inconceivable' that the final indictment would not include moral turpitude

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Constant Yemen airstrikes by Saudi-led forces ‘have ruined our lives,’ resident says

By | 2022-01-20T19:42:51+00:00 January 20th, 2022|Middle East|

The seven-year-old conflict has seen more than 100,000 people die as attacks on military sites belonging to the Houthis ramped up cross-border missile and drone launches on Saudi Arabia the United Arab Emirates

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In Western Sahara refugee camps, little optimism over frozen conflict

By | 2022-01-20T19:38:29+00:00 January 20th, 2022|Middle East|

Algeria says 165,000 Sahrawi refugees are in Tindouf, as the latest diplomatic moves to resolve the long-frozen conflict between Morocco and Algeria over their territory feel a long way from resolution

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Israel indicts 16 Bedouin over Negev protests against JNF tree-planting

By | 2022-01-20T19:32:15+00:00 January 20th, 2022|Israel|

Suspects accused of throwing stones and rioting during protests against what Bedouin protesters say is a JNF seizure of farmland

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Israel’s Lapid gets first phone call in years from Turkish foreign minister

By | 2022-01-20T18:51:33+00:00 January 20th, 2022|Israel|

Call comes days after Turkish president revealed potential visit by Israeli President Isaac Herzog was being discussed

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There’s a mass Palestinian grave at a popular Israeli beach, veterans confess

By | 2022-01-20T18:26:15+00:00 January 20th, 2022|Israel|

The Israeli veterans of the 1948 battle at Tantura village finally come clean about the mass killing of Arabs that took place after the village's surrender

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A wild, dangerous military-security complex has seized power in Israel

By | 2022-01-20T16:16:17+00:00 January 20th, 2022|Middle East|

Israel has turned its most notorious cyberweapon export, NSO’s Pegasus spyware against its own citizens. Fresh from aiding autocrats abroad, now Israel’s security apparatus is killing democracy at home

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