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    Wednesday

    • Tunisian opposition leader faces money laundering allegations, Ennahda party says (Reuters)
    • Shells fired from Afghanistan hit Uzbekistan (DPA)
    • Israel approves COVID vaccines for children under 5, Health Ministry says (Haaretz)
    • Qatar's top diplomat in Tehran as Iran, U.S. struggle to save 2015 pact (Reuters)
    • Around 300 inmates on the run after suspected Boko Haram raid on Nigeria prison (Reuters)
    • Sudan's Burhan relieves civilian members of the sovereign council from duties (Reuters)
    • Man killed in car explosion in central Israel, emergency services reports (Haaretz)
    • Israel election: Ex-general Yair Golan announces run for Meretz leadership (Haaretz)
    • Russian foreign minister stops in Vietnam ahead of G-20 (AP)
    • Palestinian killed in clashes with Israeli forces near Jenin, second death in same town in days (Haaretz)
    • China willing to deepen cooperation with Russia within multilateral frameworks (Reuters)
    • One Palestinian militant shot in exchange of fire with IDF in Jenin (Haaretz)

    Tuesday

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    • Israel intercepts three Hezbollah drones over Mediterranean (Haaretz)
    • Britain condemns detention of Britons in Ukraine by Russia (DPA)
    • Iran’s foreign minister condemned Israel's Saturday airstrike on Syria (AP)
    • Palestinian security detainee dies in prison, Fatah calls for international investigation (Haaretz)
    • Russia says it hit Ukrainian military sites in Donbas and Mykolaiv region (Reuters)
    • 40-year-old suspected of murdering his 70-year-old mother in southern Israel (Haaretz)
    • Eight wounded in blast at religious school in eastern Afghanistan (DPA)
    • Two Britons in Ukraine captured and charged with being mercenaries by Russia (DPA)
    • Syria reports two injured in Israel airstrike near the Lebanon border (Haaretz)
    • Texas, Ohio top courts allow abortion bans to take effect (Reuters)
    • New York bans guns in many public places after Supreme Court ruling (Reuters)
    • A 70-year-old woman was found dead in Be'er Sheva, her 40-year-old son detained for questioning (Haaretz)
    • Magnitude 6.1 earthquake kills three in southern Iran (Reuters)

    Friday

    • A 20-year-old man was shot dead; another seriously injured in northern Israel (Haaretz)
    • Ukraine says link restored to Russian-held Zaporizhzhia nuclear power station (AP)
    • Thousands protest migrant deaths at Spain-Morocco border (AP)
    • Protesters break into Libya's parliament building in Tobruk, witnesses say (Reuters)
    • Biden predicts U.S. states will arrest women who travel for abortions (Reuters)
    • Nigerian Islamic court orders death by stoning for men convicted of homosexuality (Reuters)
    • At least nine killed in protests in Sudan, doctors' committee reports (DPA)
    • Ukraine requests Turkey detain Russian-flagged ship it says carrying Ukrainian grain (Reuters)
    • At least 1 police officer killed in Kentucky shooting (AP)
    • WikiLeaks' Assange lodges appeal against U.S. extradition (Reuters)
    • Turkey's Erdogan says ready to back reinstating death penalty (Reuters)
    • Turkey blocks access to Deutsche Welle and Voice of America (AP)
    • Opposition leader Netanyahu wishes Lapid 'quiet tenure' (Haaretz)
    • Sudanese Forces Clash With Demonstrators, Day After Deadly Anti-military Protest
    • 40-year-old man killed, 50-year-old severely wounded in shooting in northern Israel (Haaretz)
    • Pride Event in Southern Israel Draws Hundreds After Police Lift Restrictions (Haaretz)
    • Bennett-ally Shaked thanks him for contribution to Israeli politics (Haaretz)
    • Prime Minister Lapid meets with Shin Ben head (Haaretz)
    • Mudslide leaves 19 dead, 50 missing in northeast India (AP)
    • Palestinians torture detainees with impunity, according to Human Rights Watch (AP)
    • Israel logs 10,148 new coronavirus cases (Haaretz)
    • At least 19 killed in Russian missile attack on Ukraine's Odesa (AP)
    • Russian missile attack hits residential buildings in Odesa (AP)
    • Eight killed in Sudan as protesters rally on military coup anniversary (Reuters)
    • U.S. President Biden congratulates PM Lapid: Looking forward to seeing you in July (Haaretz)
    • Yair Lapid becomes Israel's 14th prime minister (Haaretz)

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    Saturday

    • Moroccan, Spanish rights groups push for inquiry into border deaths at Melilla (AP)
    • Biden signs bipartisan gun safety bill into law (Reuters)
    • Russian forces trying to cut off strategic city of Lysychansk in eastern Ukraine (AP)
    • Iran nuclear talks with U.S. to resume soon, Tehran and EU say (Reuters)
    • Ukraine already using U.S.-supplied rocket systems in conflict, says top general (Reuters)
    • 16-year-old dies day after being shot by Israeli forces in West Bank, Palestinians say (Haaretz)
    • Magnitude 5.7 earthquake strikes Southern Iran (Reuters)
    • Two dead, several wounded in Norway gay nightclub shooting, police say (Reuters)
    • 25-year-old man seriously wounded in a violent incident in Jerusalem (Haaretz)
    • 24-year-old man critically wounded in a brawl in the Arab town of Jisr al-Zarqa in northern Israel (Haaretz)
    • Donors pledged about $160 million for the UN agency helping Palestinian refugees, still needs over $100 million (AP)
    • Morocco says 18 migrants died during mass crossing into Spanish enclave (Reuters)

    Friday

    Thursday

    • EU accepts Ukraine and Moldova as membership candidates (Reuters)
    • Son of indicted rapist Jerusalem Rabbi Moshe Yazdi accused of raping woman (Haaretz)
    • Teen pleads guilty in Baltimore shooting of Israeli man (AP)
    • Six people dead following helicopter crash in West Virginia (AP)
    • Israeli planes help fight blaze in Cyprus (AP)
    • Sweden advises against travel to Iran as contentious trial verdict looms (Reuters)
    • In Turkey, Lapid thanks government for foiling Iranian plot (Haaretz)
    • Taiwan jets scramble again to warn away China's air force (Reuters)
    • Iran-backed parties strengthened after Sadrists exit Iraq parliament (Reuters)
    • Turkey, Saudi Arabia announce start of 'new era of cooperation' (DPA)
    • El Al to stop flying to Toronto, Warsaw and Brussels (Haaretz)
    • Lavrov calls for progress on Iran nuclear deal during Tehran visit (DPA)
    • Iran's foreign minister says all U.S. sanctions should be removed for revival of Tehran's 2015 nuclear pact, blames U.S. for stalled talks (Reuters)
    • Russia fully supports revival of Iran nuclear deal, foreign minister says (Reuters)
    • Four residents of Umm al-Fahm arrested in connection to deadly shooting overnight, according to Israeli Police (Haaretz)
    • Hezbollah's leader Hassan Nasrallah met on Thursday with Hamas political bureau chief Ismail Haniyeh in Beirut to discuss warming ties and forming "axis of resistance" to Israel (Haaretz)
    • Iran orders U.S. to pay compensation for slain nuke scientists (AP)
    • 'Wind of change' in Europe as path to EU opens for Ukraine (Reuters)
    • Two Britons, Moroccan facing death penalty in Donetsk preparing appeal, TASS news agency reports (Reuters)
    • Israeli embassy opens in Kyiv for a few days to dispense consular services (Haaretz)
    • Police arrest murder suspect in Eilat killing (Haaretz)

    Wednesday

    Tuesday

    • At least 15 civilians killed in Kharkiv region by Russian shelling - governor (Reuters)
    • Palestinian stabbed to death by Israeli settler, report says
    • Biden's visit will have 'significant impact' on Middle East, Lapid tells Blinken (Haaretz)
    • Israeli teachers announce general school strike (Haaretz)
    • Taiwan jets scramble as China air force enters air defense zone (Reuters)
    • Hamas to restore Syria ties after 10 years of dispute, sources say (Reuters)
    • Lebanon, Syria and Egypt sign deal to supply Beirut with gas (AP)
    • Teenager held after 2 stabbed in Swedish mall's parking area (AP)
    • Kremlin: we cannot rule out death penalty for captured U.S. citizens (Reuters)
    • 3-year-old from Bedouin village hospitalized after inhaling police tear gas (Haaretz)
    • UN says global biodiversity talks to move from China's Kunming to Montreal (Reuters)
    • Iranian news agency says three Mossad-linked agents arrested in April will be tried soon (Reuters)
    • Amid row with West, Putin ally arrives in Russia's Kaliningrad (Reuters)
    • Use of airline passenger data must be limited, top EU court says (Reuters)
    • Lieberman 'hopes' to promote bill barring criminal defendant from forming government (Haaretz)
    • Islamic State group claims Syria bus attack that killed 13 (AP)
    • Meretz leader Nitzan Horowitz: the left had nothing to do with gov't dissolution (Haaretz)
    • 50-year-old Israeli man seriously injured in building fire in northern Israel (Haaretz)

    Monday

    • Iran prepares enrichment escalation at Fordow plant, IAEA report shows (Reuters)
    • Saudi crown prince lands in Egypt on start of regional tour (Reuters)
    • Lawmakers respond to decision to dissolve Israel's Knesset (Haaretz)
    • Likud submits bill to dissolve Knesset (Haaretz)
    • Bennett and Lapid decide to dissolve Knesset (Haaretz)
    • Israel is working to dramatically increase trade with Egypt, political source says (Haaretz)
    • Israel confirms three new cases of monkeypox on Monday (Haaretz)
    • Israel's National Security Council chief visits Jordan on Bennett's behalf (Haaretz)
    • IDF issues order to demolish the home of terrorist who committed attack in Elad in early May (Haaretz)
    • Netanyahu announces bid to dissolve the Knesset will be put to vote on Wednesday (Haaretz)
    • Owner of popular southern Israel nightclub charged with rape of two party-goers (Haaretz)
    • Initial reports of 15 dead and multiple wounded, including military personnel, in terror attack in Syria's countryside (Reuters)
    • Ukraine president expects Russia attacks to intensify with EU summit this week (Reuters)
    • Japan court rules same-sex marriage ban is not unconstitutional in LGBTQ rights blow (Reuters)
    • Philippine government attorney fatally shot in Philadelphia (AP)
    • IDF arrest 13 suspects throughout the West Bank following clashes (Haaretz)
    • Cyber attack triggers sirens in Jerusalem and Eilat (Haaretz)

    Sunday

    Saturday

    Friday

    • Israeli-Arab killed in brawl in north (Haaretz)
    • GOP lawmaker slams golfers on Saudi-backed tour for 'selling themselves for shekels' (Haaretz)
    • Building collapse kills 6 in Egyptian capital of Cairo (AP)
    • Biden says he won't meet with Saudi crown prince, talks part of broader meeting (Reuters)
    • Defense officials warn of imminent Iranian attack against Israelis in Turkey (Haaretz)
    • Israeli reportedly lightly wounds Palestinian man in West Bank attack (Haaretz)
    • Israeli schools to open late as teachers continue to strike (Haaretz)
    • EU backs Ukraine's membership bid to "live the European dream" (Reuters)
    • Man killed in southern Israel in suspected murder, police say (Haaretz)
    • Explosion inside mosque in northern Afghanistan kills one (AP)
    • At least 30 dead after al-Shabaab attack in Somalia (DPA)
    • Alabama church shooting kills 2, wounds 1; suspect detained (AP)
    • UK govt approves extradition of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to the U.S. (Reuters)
    • Eastern Ukraine city Lysychansk heavily shelled, many dead, governor said (Reuters)
    • IDF observation balloon downed in Gaza strip. Alarm sirens sounded as result of IDF warning fire (Haaretz)
    • Golden State Warriors win NBA championship for the fourth time (Reuters)
    • Palestinian Health Ministry says 3 Palestinians were killed and 8 more wounded by live fire in Jenin (Haaretz)
    • Multiple people shot at an Alabama church, police say suspect is in custody (AP)
    • Israel praised Argentina for holding a Venezuelan plane that included Iranian crew (AP)
    • Two men were found shot in a vehicle in northern Israel (Haaretz)

    Thursday

    • Al Jazeera releases photos of bullet it claims killed Palestinian reporter Shireen Abu Akleh (Haaretz)
    • Teacher's Union head says will increase sanctions next week (Haaretz)
    • France's Macron tells Ukraine: you can count on us (Reuters)
    • IDF arrests four suspects near Jenin, find two hidden pistols (Haaretz)
    • One third of Sudanese facing acute food insecurity (Reuters)
    • Iran arrests suspect allegedly plotting with French spy ring (AP)
    • Anti-coup protester in Sudan shot dead, doctor group says (Reuters)
    • Turkish, Greek defense ministers stress dialogue, Turkish ministry says (Reuters)
    • Scholz: Germany supports EU candidate status for Ukraine, Moldova (DPA)
    • France: Nearly 40 jihadis killed in drone strikes in Niger (AP)
    • Leaders pledge arms and EU path for Ukraine in Kyiv visit (AP)
    • Jewish Agency picks retired general Doron Almog as new chairman (Haaretz)
    • International court gives life sentences in absentia to two Hezbollah members for Lebanese leader's death (AP)
    • Senior IS leader captured in US-led military raid in Syria (AP)
    • Netherlands says Russian spy caught seeking war crimes court internship (Reuters)
    • Airstrike kills at least three civilians in eastern Ukraine (Reuters)
    • Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories (COGAT) announced quota increase for Gaza work permits (Haaretz)
    • Detention of suspect who killed police volunteer Amichai Carmeli in hit-and-run extended (Haaretz)
    • NATO ministers discuss boosting eastern flank forces (AP)
    • Detention of Jerusalem rabbi, Moshe Yazdi, charged with rape extended to end of trial (Haaretz)
    • European leaders meet Zelenskyy in Kyiv's presidential palace (DPA)
    • Air raid siren heard in Kyiv as European leaders begin trip (DPA)
    • Protests break out in India plan to cut down on military recruitment, benefits (Reuters)
    • France's Macron, Germany's Scholz and Italy's Draghi on their way to Ukraine (Reuters)
    • No police officers to be disciplined for handling of Shireen Abu Akleh's funeral (Haaretz)
    • Israeli forces arrest 11 Palestinians in Wednesday night West Bank operation (Haaretz)
    • U.S.-led coalition says it detained senior ISIS leader in Syria (Reuters)
    • Suspect in Amazon disappearances leads Brazilian police to 'human remains' (DPA)
    • U.S. President Reagan's shooter John Hinckley fully released after 41 years (Reuters)

    Wednesday

    • Israel's justice minister nominates ex-military prosecutor for deputy attorney general (Haaretz)
    • Russia summons Israeli envoy over reported attack on Damascus Airport (Haaretz)
    • Israel indicts two Palestinians over June attack in Ariel that killed one man (Haaretz)
    • U.S. to send $1 billion in security aid to help Ukraine in Donbas, Biden says (Reuters)
    • Turkey says documents from Sweden 'do not meet expectations' on NATO bid (Reuters)
    • Schools in several central Israeli cities will begin at 10 AM due to ongoing teachers strike (Haaretz)
    • Lapid thanks Turkish FM in phone call for cooperation in protecting Israelis against Iran (Haaretz)
    • French President Macron hints of Ukraine visit to carry 'message of support' (AP)
    • Kremlin says Putin, Xi agreed to boost ties in energy, finance (Reuters)
    • Israel identifies fifth monkeypox case in returning traveler (Haaretz)
    • A West Bank municipality resident was attacked by Palestinians and needed medical attention, municipality says (Haaretz)
    • Iran arrests suspect in Tehran municipality hacking, says suspect has links to foreign intelligence services (AP)
    • Israel's energy minister says gas export deal with EU to last three years with automatic extension (Reuters)
    • Up to 1,200 civilians may be in plant in eye of Ukraine battle, separatist says (Reuters)
    • 6 dead in China as rain triggers landslides, house collapse (AP)
    • Russia says it has destroyed warehouse for NATO weapons in Ukraine (Reuters)
    • IDF arrests six suspects in overnight operation in the West Bank (Haaretz)
    • RIA news agency – Russia considers Turkey's possible military operation in Syria unwise (Reuters)
    • FDA advisers back Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine for kids ages 6-17 (AP)
    • Florida synagogue files suit against abortion ban citing religious freedom violations (Reuters)
    • U.K. migrant flight to Rwanda grounded as European Court steps in (Reuters)
    • Iran preparing for satellite launch, satellite images suggest (AP)

    Tuesday

    • Man shot to death in northern Arab Israeli city (Haaretz)
    • Sheba Medical Center evacuated following violent attack on staff member by patient (Haaretz)
    • Israel Medical Association announces two day general strike next week (Haaretz)
    • Israel rejects U.S. offer for Israeli-Palestinian summit during Biden's visit (Haaretz)
    • Mossad wins annual Israeli security award for series of strategic operations (Haaretz)
    • IDF calls for all soldiers in Turkey to return immediately due to Iranian threats (Haaretz)
    • Russia issues entry ban to 29 British journalists, media representatives and 10 defense figures, Foreign Ministry reports (Reuters)
    • Putin likely still wants much, if not all, of Ukraine, Pentagon official says (Reuters)
    • UK presses ahead with plan for first migrant deportation flight to Rwanda (Reuters)
    • Imam from central Israel gets 20-month prison sentence in 2018 incitement case (Haaretz)
    • Biden to visit Israel, West Bank, Saudi Arabia next month, White House announces (Haaretz)
    • EU unfreezes controversial aid to Palestinian Authority (Haaretz)
    • Saudi Arabia and Yemen's Houthis resume direct talks, sources say (Reuters)
    • Ethiopia's Abiy says body formed to negotiate with Tigray forces (Reuters)
    • After Israeli travel warning, Turkish Foreign Ministry says country is safe (Haaretz)
    • Iranian tanker seized by Greece has been freed, state-owned news agency reports (Reuters)
    • Tel Aviv's Bograshov, Tzuk Tzafon, Geula and Aviv beaches closed due to contamination (Haaretz)
    • U.S. envoy for maritime talks with Israel meets Lebanese president in Beirut (AP)
    • Four injured in shelling of Russian town bordering Ukraine, official says (Reuters)
    • Iran's labor minister resigns amid nationwide protests, local media report (Haaretz)

    Monday

    • More than 100 injured after explosion in chemical factory in Iran (DPA)
    • Russia destroys last bridge to Sievierodonetsk, Ukraine says (Reuters)
    • U.S., Israel, 20 other states 'deeply concerned' about 'open-ended' UN probe into Gaza war (Haaretz)
    • Senior U.S. official meets Herzog, Gantz during flash Israel trip ahead of Biden visit (Haaretz)
    • Jerusalem court extends arrest of settler suspected of throwing stones at left-wing activists at West Bank protest (Haaretz)
    • 7-year-old boy dies after gunshots fired into Texas home (AP)
    • NATO chief says Sweden has taken 'important steps' to meet Turkey's demands (Reuters)
    • Body found in northern Israel identified as missing 24-year-old Sapir Nahum (Haaretz)
    • NATO Chief Stoltenberg says aim is to solve Turkey's objections over NATO membership as soon as possible (Reuters)
    • Bennett ally says won't vote with coalition until West Bank law passes (Haaretz)
    • Moroccan sentenced to death in Donetsk has Ukrainian nationality, not a mercenary, his father says, (Reuters)
    • Israel's FM urges travelers to avoid Turkey amid Iranian plot (Haaretz)
    • After criticism over China, UN rights chief won't seek second term (AP)
    • Former Israeli intelligence soldier accused of posting top-secret materials on social media
    • Three killed, including a child, in artillery attack on Donetsk market, separatist news agency reports (Reuters)
    • Russia says it destroyed a 'large quantity' of U.S. and European weapons and equipment in eastern Ukraine (Reuters)
    • UN rights chief Bachelet calls on Israel to open a criminal investigation into killing of Palestinian-American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh (Reuters)
    • Iranian military worker killed on duty, report says (Haaretz)
    • North Korea fires suspected artillery shells into sea, Seoul says (AP)
    • 'MJ,' Patti LuPone, Jesse Tyler Ferguson win at Tony Awards (AP)

    Sunday

    • Unidentified body found in northern Israel, police suspect it belongs to missing mother (Haaretz)
    • Teacher's Union strike to delay schools start in the Haifa district for two hours on Monday (Haaretz)
    • Iran's currency drops to lowest value ever amid US sanctions (AP)
    • Weapons depot in western Ukraine suffers airstrikes, says Russia (DPA)
    • Haifa resident suspected of stabbing wife to death before attempting suicide (Haaretz)
    • Ukraine says hundreds of civilians sheltering in Azot chemical plant (Reuters)
    • Ukraine says it remains in control Azot chemical plant in Sievierodonetsk (Reuters)

    Saturday

    • Top U.S. officials meet with Abbas in Ramallah to discuss deepening U.S.-Palestinian ties (Haaretz)
    • Putin signs law licensing Russia to ignore rulings made by European Court of Human Rights (DPA)
    • Russian shelling of a chemical plant triggers fire in eastern city of Sievierodonetsk, governor says (Reuters)
    • Israel's Foreign Ministry condemns Norway's decision to label products originating in the West Bank (Haaretz)
    • Venezuelan leader, Iranian president sign 20-year agreement (AP)
    • Ukraine says it will prevail over Russia as eastern battle grinds on (Reuters)
    • Deadly clashes erupt between various Taliban groups in northern Afghanistan (DPA)
    • Palestinian wounded in clashes with IDF in Ya'abad last week dies of his wounds (Haaretz)
    • Man who tried to break into Haifa business shot by officer who feared for his life, police say (Haaretz)
    • Four Rahat residents arrested for running over, killing police volunteer (Haaretz)
    • 18 buses burn down at station in northern Israel, none injured (Haaretz)
    • Giuliani hit with ethics charges by Washington D.C. authorities over false election claims (Reuters)
    • U.S. envoy to visit Lebanon, discuss Israel maritime talks (Reuters)

    Friday

    Thursday

    • 65-year-old woman found dead in her home in central Israel (Haaretz)
    • IAEA report confirms removal of cameras in Iran has started (Reuters)
    • Israel approves demolition order against home of gunman who killed 3 Israelis in Elad (Haaretz)
    • Israeli schools will open Sunday at 10 A.M. due to teachers' strike (Haaretz)
    • Two Britons, one Moroccan sentenced to death by court of Russian proxy in Ukraine (Reuters)
    • Nigeria suspects Islamic State of killing 40 in Catholic church (Reuters)
    • First Israeli ambassador to Bhutan arrives in kingdom (Haaretz)
    • Israel announces fourth case of monkeypox (Haaretz)
    • UN nuclear watchdog warns of 'fatal blow' to nuclear deal as Iran removes its cameras (Reuters)
    • Iran removing 27 surveillance cameras, UN nuclear watchdog says (AP)
    • IAEA chief Grossi says 40-something cameras will continue to operate in Iran (Reuters)
    • Palestinian reportedly killed by Israeli fire (Haaretz)
    • Firefighter squads, two planes respond to wildfire outside Jerusalem (Haaretz)
    • Palestinian Health Ministry: 6 injured, including 3 by live ammunition, in Hebron clashes (Haaretz)
    • Bennett in Abu Dhabi to meet UAE ruler (Haaretz)
    • Ukraine's president says millions could starve because Russia is blockading ports (Reuters)
    • Israel presses charges against two Palestinians over terror attack (Haaretz)
    • IDF arrests 9 suspected of terrorism in the West Bank (Haaretz)
    • Israel's coronavirus infection rate continues to rise, hits 1.27 (Haaretz)
    • Zelenskyy's Berlin envoy predicts Ukraine will get EU candidate status (DPA)

    Wednesday

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    Monday

    Sunday

    • At least 50 dead after gunmen attack worshippers at church in Nigeria (Reuters)
    • A 51-year-old man shot to death in northern Arab town (Haaretz)
    • Lebanon's president, prime minister accuse Israel of aggression after ship enters disputed maritime area (Haaretz)
    • Police say 3 dead, at least 11 wounded in Philadelphia shooting (AP)
    • Police searching for Acre woman who went missing Thursday (Haaretz)
    • Jordanian army says two pilots killed in a plane crash (Reuters)
    • Palestinians close themselves in Al-Aqsa Mosque, throw rocks at Jews who arrived on Temple Mount (Haaretz)
    • Powerful explosions heard in Ukraine's capital Kyiv (Reuters)
    • North Korea test-fires missile amid signs of nuclear test (AP)

    Saturday

    • Man arrested over disappearance of partner in northern Israel (Haaretz)
    • Ukraine says no point in talks until Russian troops pushed back (Reuters)
    • Europe's south expects over 150,000 migrant arrivals this year - Cyprus interior minister (Reuters)
    • Report: Senior Iranian engineer died under unclear circumstances (Haaretz)
    • 'Enemies' triggering unrest in Iran to overthrow the Islamic Republic, Supreme Leader Khamenei says (Reuters)
    • Report: Biden's Israel visit postponed to July (Haaretz)
    • Magnitude 5 earthquake strikes Kuwait (Reuters)
    • Ukraine says its troops have retaken ground from Russia in eastern city (Reuters)

    Friday

    • Biden says no plans yet to visit region, reiterates support for Mideast peace (Haaretz)
    • Protester dies from gunshot wound in demonstrations in Sudan capital (Reuters)
    • Ukrainians hold out as Russia storms eastern city on war's 100th day (Reuters)
    • Sa'ar: Netanyahu's behavior on Knesset vote 'cynical and irresponsible' (Haaretz)
    • Lebanese security chief fears political paralysis, social collapse (Reuters)
    • Ukrainian ambassador says Turkey among those buying grain stolen by Russia (Reuters)
    • Israel prefers diplomacy on Iran but could act alone, Bennett tells IAEA chief (Reuters)
    • Iran reports death of another Revolutionary Guard colonel, second in two weeks (AP)
    • Two people dead in a shooting in church in Iowa, two more shot in a Wisconsin cemetery (AP)
    • New York set to raise age to buy, own semi-automatic rifles (AP)
    • In White House speech, Biden speaks in favor of gun control following a string of mass shootings (Reuters)

    Thursday

    • U.S. oversight committee launching probe into Saudi investment into Kushner firm (Reuters)
    • UN nuclear watchdog chief lands in Israel, to meet with Bennett (Haaretz)
    • Palestinian teen dies from wounds after being shot near separation wall in West Bank (Haaretz)
    • A 17-year-old Palestinian critically shot near separation wall in West Bank, Palestinian Health Ministry says (Haaretz)
    • Police extend arrest of man suspected of sending threats to Jerusalem Pride Parade organizers (Haaretz)
    • Iran exile group claim disrupted Tehran's surveillance cameras (AP)
    • Two arrested on suspicion of threatening pride parade organizers in a southern Israeli city (Haaretz)
    • Uri Zohar, Israeli comedian-turned-rabbi, dies at 86 (Haaretz)
    • Tehran municipality websites disrupted, possibly due to hacking, news agency says (Reuters)
    • UN report: Over 1 million displaced in Myanmar amid violence (AP)
    • Yemen warring parties agree to extend truce for another two months (Reuters)
    • Ukraine already 'a de facto member' of the EU, Zelenskyy says (DPA)
    • French diplomats strike over reforms, cost cuts, lack of recognition (Reuters)
    • Turkish Syria offensive would impede fight against Islamic State -Kurdish SDF (Reuters)
    • Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz has arrived in India and will meet Indian PM Narendra Modi in New Delhi on Thursday (Haaretz)
    • Afghan Taliban launch campaign to eradicate poppy crop (AP)
    • Indian officials in Kabul for talks on aid distribution (AP)
    • Israeli police arrested a teen suspected of having sent death threats to Pride Parade organizer in Jerusalem (Haaretz)
    • Former Interior Minister Arye Deri testifies before the Meron Disaster Investigation Committee (Haaretz)
    • Knesset Speaker Mickey Levy will deliver a speech during the Pride March in Jerusalem (Haaretz)
    • Palestinian killed in clashes with IDF near Bethlehem, according to Palestinian reports (Haaretz)
    • Four dead, including gunman, in Oklahoma hospital campus shooting, police say (Reuters)
    • Tunisia's president sacks 57 judges, accuses them of corruption (Reuters)

    Wednesday

    • Palestinian wounded by Israeli fire in Jenin area succumbs to wounds (Haaretz)
    • U.S., Israel to coordinate efforts to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons (Haaretz)
    • Johnny Depp wins libel lawsuit against ex-wife Amber Heard (AP)
    • Palestinians report three wounded by Israeli fire in Jenin area ahead of home demolition (Haaretz)
    • Senior Islamic Jihad commander succumbs to wounds sustained in last year's Gaza war (Haaretz)
    • Rocket attack in rebel-held Syrian town kills at least 3 (AP)
    • Ukraine has assured U.S. it will not use weapons systems against targets in Russia (Reuters)
    • Egyptian military drone intercepted over Israel earlier this week (Haaretz)
    • Turkey breaks off high-level talks with Greece as rift grows (AP)
    • Iran to respond to any 'unconstructive action' at IAEA governors meeting (Reuters)
    • Russian forces advance in factory city, U.S. to send precision rockets to Ukraine (Reuters)
    • U.S., France, Britain and Germany want IAEA Board to demand immediate cooperation from Iran (Reuters)
    • Bennett to meet with party heads ahead of divisive West Bank vote (Haaretz)
    • Russia says talks with Zelenskyy possible, but negotiations stalled (Reuters)
    • Kremlin says U.S. fueling the fire by supplying Ukraine with weapons (Reuters)
    • IDF arrests 12 Palestinians in West Bank throughout the night (Haaretz)
    • Wheat can't be 'weapon of war', Pope says in urging lifting of Ukraine block (Reuters)
    • Gazprom confirms halt to gas supplies to Shell, Danish energy company (DPA)
    • Knife wielding Palestinian woman shot dead in West Bank (Haaretz)
    • Palestinian boy killed by Israeli army posed no danger, witnesses report (Haaretz)
    • U.S. Deputy Secretary of State met with Israeli National Security Advisor to discuss regional stability (Haaretz)
    • Russia's nuclear forces holding maneuver drills (Reuters)
    • U.S. Secretary of State tells PA President Abbas importance of de-escalating tensions (Haaretz)

    Tuesday

    • Embattled Ukrainian city of Severodonetsk faces acid alert after blast at plant (DPA)
    • U.S. remains committed to re-opening Jerusalem consulate, says State Dept (Reuters)
    • Gazprom to stop gas supplies for Denmark and Shell Energy Europe (DPA)
    • Israel approves bill that requires to let judges know about a prisoner in handcuffs in a courtroom (Haaretz)
    • Head of Israel's United Arab List party against advancing LGBTQ rights but won't vote against the coalition (Haaretz)
    • Jailed Kremlin critic Navalny says new criminal case opened against him (Reuters)
    • Ukraine's president welcomes new sanctions but criticizes 'unacceptable' delay (Reuters)
    • Iran disrupts internet; tower collapse deaths at 34 (AP)
    • Turkish court to rule in case against top Erdogan opponent (Reuters)
    • Yeltsin's son-in-law quits as Putin adviser, sources say (Reuters)
    • France urges Iran to respond at once to questions on past nuclear activities (Reuters)
    • Amnesty International urges UAE to release dissidents held past jail term (Reuters)
    • Military court slaps Hamas militant with life sentence for Israeli soldier's 2019 murder (Haaretz)
    • Heat waves killed hundreds of Israelis in a decade, study finds (Haaretz)
    • Lebanese parliament re-elects Nabih Berri as speaker (Reuters)
    • Russians control 'around half' of Ukraine's Sievierodonetsk, city says (Reuters)
    • U.S. and Saudi ministers discuss efforts to prolong Yemen truce (Reuters)
    • First ship leaves Ukraine's Mariupol since Russia took the city, separatist leader says (Reuters)
    • Israel, UAE sign free trade deal, ambassador says (Reuters)
    • Zelenskyy says Russia hoping to cause famine (AP)
    • IDF says forces operating near West Bank town of Dura (Haaretz)

    Monday

    • Death toll in Brazil floods at least 91, dozens lost (AP)
    • Paris demands probe after French journalist killed in Ukraine (Reuters)
    • Turkey tells U.S. it wants 'concrete steps' from Finland, Sweden for NATO bids (Reuters)
    • Death toll from Brazil floods at least 91, with dozens lost (AP)
    • PM Bennett's personal assistant resigns, third aid in the past month to do so (Haaretz)
    • IDF announces intent to demolish home of last month's axe terror attack perpetrators (Haaretz)
    • Monkeypox kills 9 in Congo; first death in Nigeria in 2022 (AP)
    • Ukraine's Zelenskyy urges EU leaders to agree new oil ban (DPA)
    • Rabbinical conference calls for European unity against anti-Semitism (DPA)
    • Britain says 71 more monkeypox cases identified in England (Reuters)
    • Iran has amassed 'significant quantity' of 60%-enriched uranium, UN watchdog says (Reuters)
    • Pakistani-American defends Israel visit amid criticism (AP)
    • Israeli teachers protest wages in Tel Aviv (Haaretz)
    • German federal court mulls bid to remove 700-year-old antisemitic sculpture (AP)
    • EU missed climate change spending target, despite claiming it was met, auditors say (Reuters)
    • Supreme Court president 'doubts' COVID-19 government protocols will ever be released (Haaretz)
    • French journalist was killed in Russian attack on evacuation vehicle, Ukraine says (Reuters)
    • Israeli television presenter Modi Bar-On dies at 59 (Haaretz)
    • Suriname to open an embassy in Jerusalem (Haaretz)
    • Bus on school trip in Poland crashes into ditch; 5 injured (AP)
    • U.K. says Russia suffers devastating losses among lower-ranked officers (Reuters)
    • French Foreign Minister to meet Ukraine President on Monday (Reuters)
    • More unrest in Iran; building collapse death toll reaches 31 (AP)
    • Israel issues travel warning to Turkey, warning of possible Iranian attacks on Israelis (Haaretz)
    • Iran authorities seize vessel carrying smuggled fuel, arrest crew members (Reuters)
    • China hosts Pacific islands meeting in Fiji, security ties in focus (Reuters)
    • 1 dead, 7 injured in Oklahoma festival shooting (AP)

    Sunday

    • 137 wounded in clashes between Palestinians and IDF throughout West Bank (Haaretz)
    • Israel tells top court West Bank outpost of Homesh to be evacuated (Haaretz)
    • Red Crescent says 24 wounded in Jerusalem during Flag March (Haaretz)
    • 3000 people participate in the right-wing Flag March in the central city of Lod (Haaretz)
    • Far-right Israeli lawmaker Itamar Ben-Gvir arrived at the Temple Mount, escorted by security (Haaretz)
    • Israel Police blocked Palestinian journalists from entering the Temple Mount’s compound (Haaretz)
    • Plane with 22 people on board missing in Nepal's mountains (AP)
    • Clashes broke out on the Temple Mount between Palestinians and Israeli forces on Jerusalem day (Haaretz)
    • Russia takes small cities, aims to widen east Ukraine battle (AP)

    Saturday

    • Yemen talks fail to reach deal on ending rebel blockade of Taiz (AP)
    • Tunisian court bans travel for Islamist party chief, others (AP)
    • Red Crescent reports Palestinians wounded in clashes with Israeli forces near Nablus (Haaretz)
    • Israel confirms second case of monkeypox (Haaretz)
    • At least 31 die in church stampede in southern Nigeria (Reuters)
    • Russian-occupied Kherson closes border to Ukrainian-held territory (DPA)
    • Iran disperses crowd angry over building collapse killing 29 (AP)
    • Four killed in car crash in southern Israel (Haaretz)
    • Three left-wing activists arrested for intent to protest at West Bank outpost (Haaretz)
    • Russia says eastern Ukrainian town of Lyman under its full control (Reuters)
    • Iranian police fire shots, teargas to disperse protests over building collapse (Reuters)
    • Five arrested on suspicion of terrorist activities, Israelis security forces say (Haaretz)
    • Ukraine says Russian advances could force retreat in part of east (Reuters)
    • Israeli army confronts Palestinians, dozens of settlers attempting to reach evacuated outpost (Haaretz)

    Friday

    • Blinken speaks to Lapid about need to maintain calm with Palestinians (Haaretz)
    • Palestinian teen killed in clashes with Israeli forces, PA says (Haaretz)
    • Iranian engineer was killed in drone attack on nuke site, report says (Haaretz)
    • Police waited 45 minutes in school before pursuing shooter (AP)
    • Israeli imam shot at mosque in north, assailants flee (Haaretz)
    • PM's office refuses to disclose costs of construction in Bennett's home (Haaretz)
    • Iranian engineer was killed in drone attack on nuke site, report says (Haaretz)
    • Palestinian reportedly killed by Israeli military fire in the West Bank (Haaretz)
    • Around 50 people killed in Burkina Faso attack (DPA)
    • Kevin Spacey to face 4 sex assault charges in Britain (AP)
    • China and Russia veto new UN sanctions on North Korea (AP)

    Thursday

    Monday

    • Iran confirms upcoming visit of Qatar's Emir to Tehran (Reuters)
    • IDF forces operating near Jenin in the village of terrorists from Thursday's attack (Haaretz)
    • Taliban divisions deepen as Afghan women defy veil edict (AP)
    • China says carried out drills near Taiwan (Reuters)