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8 Jul
Nigerian flag carrier, Air Peace airline, has disclosed plans to begin direct flight operations from Lagos to Guangzhou in China and Mumbai
5 Jul
Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid departed on his first foreign trip in office Tuesday to France, where he will ask for backing on a gas dispute with Lebanon that days ago saw Israel shoot down three Hezbollah drones. Lapid took over the premiership on Friday following the collapse of Israel's coalition government, which will see…
30 Jun
Israeli lawmakers dissolved parliament on Thursday, forcing the country's fifth election in less than four years, with Foreign Minister Yair Lapid set to take over as caretaker prime minister at midnight. After the unanimous 92-0 vote, the centrist Lapid embraced outgoing Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, whose year in charge of an unwieldy, eight-party coalition was…
27 Jun
The United States, Israel and four Arab countries agreed to closer cooperation and annual foreign ministers' meetings on Monday, two weeks before President Joe Biden's first visit to the Middle East. Bahrain, host of the six-way talks, the United Arab Emirates and Morocco all opened ties with Israel under the US-brokered Abraham Accords in 2020,…
26 Jun
Last week, thousands marched in the streets of London to protest the soaring cost of living in Britain and demand the government do more. The story was the same in Italy, Israel, in Australia
13 Jun
Israel's Foreign Minister Yair Lapid on Monday urged citizens in Turkey to leave "as soon as possible" over threats that Iranian operatives are actively planning attacks on Israelis in Istanbul.  "It's a real and immediate danger," Lapid told a meeting of lawmakers from his Yesh Atid party, citing "several Iranian attempts at carrying out terror…
23 May
Indication of interest by the Federal Government to strengthen the existing bilateral relationship between Nigeria and Israel may create leeway for economic development
14 May
The US and EU led an international outcry Saturday after Israeli police charged the funeral procession in Jerusalem of Palestinian journalist Shireen Abu Akleh and beat pallbearers who almost dropped her coffin.
5 May
Russian President Vladimir Putin has apologised for remarks made by his Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, who claimed Adolf Hitler may have had "Jewish blood", Israel said on Thursday.
Adolf Hitler
2 May
Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid on Monday slammed his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov for alleging Adolf Hitler may have "had Jewish blood" and summoned Moscow's ambassador
19 Apr
Israel carried out its first air strike on the Gaza Strip in months early Tuesday, in response to a rocket fired from the Palestinian enclave after a weekend of violence around a Jerusalem holy site. The army also said its special forces had made five arrests overnight in the occupied West Bank, which has seen…
29 Mar
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett has put off a trip planned for later this week to India, his office said on Tuesday after he tested positive for Covid.

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