The long-serving Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has faced a wave of protests in recent weeks, with demonstrators calling on him to resign over his handling of the coronavirus crisis and corruption charges.
Protesters carried signs accusing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of corruption and failing to resolve the coronavirus crisis.
Thousands of Israelis have been calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over his handling of a worsening coronavirus crisis and alleged corruption.
King Abdullah issues a decree to hold parliamentary elections at a time of severe economic contraction due to Covid-19 and tensions with Israel.
The ruling upheld by Israel’s top court flies in the face of basic Covid-19 health practices employed by prison authorities around the world.
Lebanese Premier Hassan Diab in his government's first official response to Monday's shelling said "Israel has once again violated Lebanon's sovereignty ... in a dangerous military escalation".
Tensions are high after the Israeli killing of Hezbollah members in Syria and reports of an attempted assault on Israeli positions near the Lebanese border.
An Israeli official and Lebanese sources have said Hezbollah carried out an operation along the Lebanese-Israeli frontier but the Shia armed group has denied it had done so.
Protests against economic fallout from the pandemic have spread across the country in recent weeks and in some cases have been met with a violent response from security forces.
The protests have been going on for the past few weeks over the government's handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
Playing one country against the other and exploiting competing interests of regional powers, Haftar has done everything to keep the conflict running as a freeloader.
Rania Elias of Yabous Cultural Centre and her husband Suhail Khoury, Director General of Edward Said National Conservatory of Music, arrested at home in Beit Hanina neighbourhood, police and a defence lawyer say.
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