Daily Archives: January 25, 2022

UNICEF says fears grow over fate of 850 children in besieged Syrian prison

By | 2022-01-25T23:59:50+00:00 January 25th, 2022|Middle East|

Hundreds of children caught in the crossfire as Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces aided by U.S. troops attempt to storm the prison in after it was seized by militants last Thursday, leaving dozens dead

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UNICEF says fears grow over fate of 850 children in besieged Syrian prison

By | 2022-01-25T23:59:50+00:00 January 25th, 2022|Middle East|

Hundreds of children caught in the crossfire as Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces aided by U.S. troops attempt to storm the prison in after it was seized by militants last Thursday, leaving dozens dead

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Partner arrested after woman’s body found in Tel Aviv suburb apartment

By | 2022-01-25T20:58:10+00:00 January 25th, 2022|Israel|

No signs of violence were found on 27-year-old woman's body, leading the suspect's lawyer to suggest the cause of death was a ”medical complication” or that she had “used substances"

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Israeli minister approves construction for Maccabiah Games on sea turtle habitat

By | 2022-01-25T20:31:57+00:00 January 25th, 2022|Israel|

Ayelet Shaked exploits a legal loophole to permit construction on Poleg beach, which connects two nature reserves and serves as an ecological corridor for wildlife

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U.S. venture capital firm in talks to buy Israel’s infamous spyware maker NSO

By | 2022-01-25T19:20:15+00:00 January 25th, 2022|Israel|

Negotiations with Integrity Partners, which seeks to acquire control of NSO in 2022-2023, are in advance stages. The plan: rebuilding NSO

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Classified report calls for EU to halt support for Libya’s coast guard over migrant abuse

By | 2022-01-25T18:59:43+00:00 January 25th, 2022|Middle East|

Hundreds of thousands of migrants hoping to reach Europe have made their way through Libya, where a lucrative trafficking and smuggling business has flourished in a country without a functioning government

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Why the author of ‘People Love Dead Jews’ is sorry her book is a huge hit

By | 2022-01-25T18:12:55+00:00 January 25th, 2022|Entertainment|

Dara Horn has connected with the broadest spectrum of Jews with her award-winning nonfiction book ‘People Love Dead Jews.’ She talks about its success and why she is tired of Jews being the canary in the coal mine

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Israel’s top Arab cop didn’t ‘secure’ murder scene, evidence shows. He fled it

By | 2022-01-25T18:10:29+00:00 January 25th, 2022|Israel|

Following Haaretz's revelations, further footage and testimonies show that Jamal Hakhrush left the murder scene in Kafr Kana right after it happened, and returned 10 minutes later to escalation and a victim who had bled out

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Israeli president announces first UAE visit; Lapid teases Saudi, Indonesian ties

By | 2022-01-25T17:06:42+00:00 January 25th, 2022|Middle East|

President Herzog is due to meet Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed next week

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