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Israel in cold war over Ben & Jerry’s ice cream…

BEER-TUVIA, SRAëL, (AFP):- Israeli Avi Zinger said the ice cream he makes usually brings joy, but Ben & Jerry's decision

Saudi Arabia stages second scaled-down hajj of coronavirus era

MECCA, (AFP):- Hajj pilgrims streamed out of the holy city of Mecca towards Mina on Sunday, the second day of

‘I numb myself’: Hospital fire deepens Iraq’s COVID crisis

By ABDULRAHMAN ZEYAD and SAMYA KULLAB, BAGHDAD (AP):- No beds, medicines running low and hospital wards prone to fire —

Israel levels family home of alleged Palestinian attacker

JERUSALEM (AP):- Israel on Thursday demolished the family home of a Palestinian-American man accused of carrying out a deadly attack

Israel levels West Bank home of Palestinian-American suspect

JERUSALEM (AP):- Israeli forces on Thursday demolished the family home of a Palestinian-American man accused of being involved in a

US airstrikes target Iran-backed militias in Syria, Iraq

WASHINGTON (AP):- The U.S. military, under the direction of President Joe Biden, conducted airstrikes Sunday against what it said were

Lebanon protesters clash with security forces as currency plunges

BEIRUT, (AFP):- Lebanese protesters tried to storm central bank offices in two major cities on Saturday, state media reported, after

Covid success stories Australia, Israel impose new curbs

SYDNEY, (AFP):- Australia and Israel, which had been successful in fending off Covid-19, reimposed restrictions on Friday as cases surged

US seizes Iranian state news websites

WASHINGTON, (AFP):- US Justice Department said Wednesday it had seized 33 Iranian government-controlled media websites, as well as three of

Palestinians, settlers clash in tense Jerusalem neighborhood

By LAURIE KELLMAN and JOSEPH KRAUSS, JERUSALEM (AP):- Palestinians and Jewish settlers hurled stones, chairs and fireworks at each other

Iran’s hard-line president-elect says he won’t meet Biden

By ISABEL DEBRE and JON GAMBRELL, DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP):- Iran’s president-elect said Monday he would not meet with

Iran’s sole nuclear power plant undergoes emergency shutdown

TEHRAN, Iran (AP):- Iran’s sole nuclear power plant has undergone an unexplained temporary emergency shutdown, the country’s state TV reported.

Diplomats to meet in Vienna for more Iran nuclear talks

BY PHILIPP JENNE and KIRSTEN GRIESHABER, VIENNA (AP):- Further talks between Iran and global powers were planned Sunday to try

Hard-line judiciary head wins Iran presidency as turnout low

By JON GAMBRELL, DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP):- Iran’s hard-line judiciary chief won a landslide victory Saturday in the country’s

Iran moderate candidate concedes win by judiciary chief

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP):- The moderate candidate in Iran’s presidential election has conceded he lost to the country’s hard-line

Iran votes in presidential poll tipped in hard-liner’s favor

By JON GAMBRELL,DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP):- Iran began voting Friday in a presidential election tipped in the favor of

Israel strikes Gaza in response to incendiary balloons

GAZA CITY, PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES, (AFP):- Israel carried out air strikes on the Gaza Strip early Wednesday after militants in the

Clashes after Tunisia demo against police violence

TUNIS, (AFP):- Youths clashed with officers again Saturday evening, hours after a demonstration in the Tunisian capital, Tunis, to protest

As Iran prepares to vote, its battered economy a major…

By MEHDI FATTAHI, TEHRAN, Iran (AP):- Almost six years ago, Iranians poured into the streets to celebrate Tehran’s nuclear deal

Israel’s Netanyahu denies ‘incitement’ as political tensions boil

JERUSALEM, (AFP):- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday rejected accusations of incitement against his political opponents, after security services