Israeli settlers leave West Bank outpost after govt deal
05 July 2021 | 10:41 am
Israeli settlers leave the illegal outpost of Eviatar, near the Palestinian city of Nablus in the occupied West Bank, in adherence to an agreement struck with nationalist premier Naftali Bennett's new government.
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A baby Sumatran orangutan clings to its mother Tana at Israel's Ramat Gan Safari Park zoo. The baby was born on the 10th of July, 11 years after its father Rachamim.
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Israeli premier Bennett said Egypt could help restart the peace process with the Palestinians, while Egyptian President Al-Sisi said he wants to "strengthen regional security."
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Five Palestinian gunmen were killed in an arrest operation targeting a Hamas cell in West Bank, Israel's military said. Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said the Hamas operatives were planning an imminent attack on Israel.
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Israeli archaeologists uncover a Byzantine-era, industrial-scale wine complex which produced some two million litres of the drink annually. The facility in Yavne, south of Tel Aviv that was a Jewish settlement during biblical times and a key city after the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 AD.
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An Israeli diver has discovered a 900-year-old, one-meter-long sword that experts say dates back to the Crusader-era in a natural cove off the coast of northern Israel.
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A boy who was the only survivor of a cable car crash in the Alps must go back to relatives in Italy, an Israeli court has ruled. He has been the focus of a bitter custody battle since his grandfather took him to Israel.
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Kfir L. is suspected of stealing millions of euros from hundreds of unsuspecting victims via a fake online trading platform.
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An Israeli court suspended on Wednesday the auction of a partial tattoo kit billed as having been used on inmates at the Auschwitz death camp, following outcry from Holocaust survivors. Obtained from a private collector, the eight fingernail-sized steel dies, each lined with pins to form numerals, would have been pressed into prisoners' flesh with ink to brand their serial numbers, according to auctioneer Meir Tzolman. His website had deemed it "the most shocking of Holocaust items", with a projected sale value of $30,000 to $40,000.
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