Yesterday marked 100 days since the popular anti-government uprising began.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is fighting to hold on to his job after he fell short of winning a majority in the country’s national elections.
Israel’s elections are notoriously difficult to call – and the stakes for one of the great survivors of global politics could hardly be greater. If Prime Minister Netanyahu doesn’t get a fifth term in office, he could face prosecution for bribery and corruption.
A pre-election pledge by the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanhayu to annex almost a third of the West Bank has been described by Saudi Arabia as a “very dangerous escalation”. The controversial proposal has also provoked criticism from the United Nations and other Arab states. But it’s not the first time Mr Netanyahu has made…
Today the Canadian government will announce whether the construction of the Trans Mountain pipeline will go ahead.
Just over a week ago Hamas fired hundreds of rockets into Israel, which responded with airstrikes. Gazans have been protesting against the economic blockade on every Friday for more than a year.
Three Israelis and at least 15 Palestinians are reported to have died, and hundreds of people on both sides have been injured – in the latest surge in violence between Palestinian militants in Gaza and Israeli forces. Militants began firing rockets into southern Israel yesterday – prompting airstrikes in response – while Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has now ordered the military to move tanks and artillery to the edge of the territory.
In Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu looks likely to win a record fifth term as Prime Minister, though his re-election is not yet formalised.
In Israel, the polls are about to close in a tightly-contested election. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is fighting for his political life and potentially his freedom, as he faces corruption investigations.
Just a day away from an election in Israel that is widely seen as a referendum on Benjamin Netanyahu he is pulling out all the stops.
Israel’s prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has pledged to annex Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank – if he wins his country’s elections on Tuesday.
Israel is just days from a major election that could see Benjamin Netanyahu become the country’s longest-serving Prime Minister. But he is not getting an easy ride. With an indictment for corruption hanging over him, he has been pulling out all the stops. There have been photo ops with his international buddies like President Trump,…
They were once considered a moderating influence on Donald Trump’s Presidency. A new book, though, portrays Mr Trump’s daughter and son-in-law, Ivanka and Jared Kushner, as a power-hungry couple, concerned primarily with enriching themselves. The White House has dismissed it as “fiction”. But there are long-standing concerns in the US over Mr Kushner’s business dealings and the level of…
The Boeing 737 Max 8 crashed minutes after take-off on its journey from Addis Ababa to the Kenyan capital Nairobi, killing all 157 on board.
At least 67 people have been killed in a fire which raged through an historic shopping district in the Bangladesh capital Dhaka.