Long delayed and over budget, Israel's PM was about to receive a VIP-configured Boeing 767. Fearing criticism amid an economic crisis, the plane is now grounded ■ Take an interactive tour
- Palestinian construction worker dies in Israel, in the 29th fatal work accident this year (Haaretz)
- Netanyahu warns Hezbollah after Israeli strike in Syria (Haaretz)
- COVID-19 deaths in Yemen reach 500 (Reuters)
- Magnitude 5.7 earthquake hits southeast Turkey (Reuters)
- Israel's Health Ministry opposes Jewish New Year Uman pilgrimage (Haaretz)
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