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Current News about the Middle East from Arutz Sheva

Current News about the Middle East from Arutz Sheva

Shabbat Shalom from Israel! Updates continue from N. America
Shabbat about to begin in Israel. Arutz Sheva's North America desk will continue to update the site until Shabbat begins in New York.

The amazing journey
Eli Riskin's global adventures and search for meaning in life.

Israel denies dropping Dani Dayan as Brazil ambassador
Foreign Ministry dismisses reports Israel to drop Dayan as envoy due to Brazilian opposition 'we don't have a fallback position.'

Germany says Syria peace deal hangs on Russia
Germany says Russia must stop airstrikes in order to implement deal, accusing Moscow of 'seriously compromising political process.'

Dutch try and fail to stop export of dogs to Israel
Dutch legislators attempt ban on sale of dogs to Israel, claiming the IDF uses them as 'weapons.' Effort stymied by EU regulations.

Tourism Minister gets a surprise as a Binyamin tourist
Yariv Levin gets whisked back to Biblical times during visit to Samaria region, expresses awe at the 'huge potential here.'

The brutal BDS tactics that harmed hundreds of Palestinians
SodaStream CEO reveals long campaign, including libel, 'terror-like grenade assault,' that made him fire Arabs - and it doesn't stop.

Report: Car ramming attempt in Gush Etzion
Young Israeli reports Palestinian car tried to run her over at entrance to Kfar Etzion.

Watch: Senior Israeli journalist makes election predictions
Jerusalem Post's chief political correspondent weighs in on US elections in talk with Arutz Sheva, predicts impact for Israel.

The Beit Hamikdash will unite the Jewish people
This week's Torah portion: Exploring how the mitzvah to build the Holy Temple connects the nation at its highest spiritual point.

Current World Events - BBC News

BBC World News

BBC World News

Assad vows to retake all of Syria
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad vows to retake "the whole country", but says the involvement of regional powers means it could take some time.

Valcke gets 12-year football ban
Former Fifa secretary general Jerome Valcke is banned from all football-related activity for 12 years.

Harris faces indecent assault charges
Former entertainer Rolf Harris is to be charged with seven counts of indecent assault, the Crown Prosecution Service says.

Spaniard pulls six-year sickie
A Spanish civil servant is fined after not going to work for at least six years, which was only noticed when he became eligible for a long service award.

Independent to cease as print edition
The Independent and Independent on Sunday newspapers are to cease print editions in March, leaving an online-only edition, their owner says.

RBS boss supports EU membership
The chief executive of Royal Bank of Scotland tells BBC Newsnight he believes the UK financial sector would be better off inside the European Union.

Footballer 'abused position in society'
Former Sunderland footballer Adam Johnson "abused his revered position in society" when he had sexual contact with a 15-year-old fan, a jury has heard.

Tanzania arms conviction in UK pilot case
Four Tanzanians accused of involvement in the death of a UK helicopter pilot are jailed for at least 15 years for illegally possessing weapons.

Father and sons jailed for fire deaths
A man and his two sons are jailed for life for murdering a baby and two teenagers in a flat fire in Derbyshire.

Women write better code, study suggests
Computer code written by women has a higher approval rating than that written by men - but only if it is not obvious that the coders are female, new research suggests.

PM to make EU reform case in Germany
David Cameron is to make his final speech on EU reform before a crunch summit, as he faces fresh criticism from grassroots Tories.

Farmers on alert for livestock virus
Farmers are being warned to expect an outbreak of a highly infectious animal disease called bluetongue this summer.

Man charged with actress family murders
The partner of Sian Blake has been charged with murdering the ex-EastEnders actress and their two sons.

Rolls-Royce shares climb 18% on results
Shares in aero engine giant Rolls-Royce have climbed 18% in afternoon trade despite a 50% dividend cut and profits at the lower end of forecasts.

Man, 22, admits terror offences
A 22-year-old man pleads guilty midway through his trial to conspiracy to murder and preparation of terrorist acts.

VIDEO: Sepsis baby's mum 'let down and angry'
A baby boy who died of sepsis fell victim to a sequence of healthcare failures in the short time he lived, a coroner has found.

EU gives Greece deadline on borders
The European Union gives Greece three months to fix border controls in a move that could allow other Schengen states to maintain internal controls.

Harry Potter: Cursed Child tops charts
The script from the forthcoming Harry Potter play leaps to the top of the book bestseller list, a day after its July release was announced.

Facebook loses in French nudity case
The Paris appeal court rules that Facebook can be sued under French - not Californian - law, in what is seen as a test case.

Uber offers £20m 'safe ride' settlement
Uber wants to settle two lawsuits regarding safety regulation but the sum amounts to around $1 per person.

Thousands to gather for MOTD host
A celebration of the life of former Coventry manager and club chairman Jimmy Hill is to be held in the city later.

Is Germany dragging down the eurozone?
Is Germany dragging down the eurozone? To understand why some see Germany as a problem we must start with the countries hit hardest by the financial crisis, says Andrew Walker.

From Olympic athlete to escort
One-time US athlete Suzy Favor Hamilton on how her mental health battle led her from the Olympics to life as an escort.

VIDEO: 'Brainwave orchestra' in first performance
Four members of a Paramusical Ensemble, who are unable to talk or move, are using ground-breaking technology to create music with the power of their minds.

Ground control bids farewell to Philae
The Rosetta mission team says it is time to give up hope of ever hearing again from the comet lander Philae.

VIDEO: 'A tumble dryer destroyed our home'
Thousands of owners are waiting for their tumble dryers to be repaired following a major product alert by Whirlpool.

Tests for four-year-olds 'disruptive'
New tests in England for four-year-olds are unreliable and disrupt children's start to school, research for a teaching union suggests.

'Health risk' legacy from Neanderthals
Scientists find a wide range of ailments are strongly influenced by our Neanderthal heritage.

World powers agree Syria war pause plan
Major powers agree to seek a "cessation of hostilities" in Syria to begin in a week's time, as well as swift delivery of aid to besieged areas.

Man missing 30 years remembers identity
A Canadian man who suffered a head injury and went missing for 30 years is set to be reunited with his family after remembering his identity.

Barry Manilow rushed to hospital
The singer was taken to a Los Angeles hospital due to complications from emergency oral surgery.

Plaid offers to write off student debts
Students who stay in Wales to study or return home to work after graduation should have £6,000 a year of debts written off, Plaid Cymru says.

GSK fined for deals with competitors
The pharmaceutical firm GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) and some generic drugs firms have been fined for being anti-competitive.

Willow whales dive into new home
Two life-size whale sculptures made out of willow re-surface at a popular nature reserve.

Junior doctors' dispute - where now?
After weeks of uncertainty the junior doctors' row has moved to a new level this week. BBC health editor Hugh Pym assesses what happens now.

Erasing Franco's memory one street at a time
Spain is starting to change street names that honour Gen Francisco Franco, the dictator who ran the country from the 1930s to 1975, and his henchmen.

VIDEO: Mother to internet: stop humiliating my child
A mother fights those humiliating her child in a meme

What was Kissing Friday?
What was the tradition of Kissing Friday?

Gravitational waves: Numbers don't do them justice
Jonathan Amos reflects on the significance of Thursday’s announcement – and the mind-boggling scale of the black hole merger itself.

Can nature boost a country's economy?
Which nations have harnessed nature's resources for social, economic and environmental prosperity, and is it really sustainable?

Quiz of the week's news
Who got an unexpected boost from Beyonce this week?

Why did the half-plane, half-helicopter not work?
Why has mass helicopter transport never taken off?

Wall writings on Apollo 11 revealed
Uncovering the markings on Apollo 11

Tilda Swinton: Making a silent Splash
Tilda Swinton on speechless Splash role

How The Beatles still grip Liverpool
Why The Beatles still grip Liverpool

Over-65s 'living longer than ever'
People in England are living longer than ever before in older age, a report from Public Health England says, although there are variations across the country.

VIDEO: UK's gender pay gap explained
Large businesses will have to provide details of how much they pay men and women, in an attempt to tackle the gender pay gap.

VIDEO: Spearing giants in 'ocean's Jurassic Park'
Spear-fishing expert Colin Chester explains the appeal of fishing off Ascension Island.

VIDEO: Children tell of having to watch beheadings
More evidence has come to light of the way Iraqi and Syrian children are being targeted by so-called Islamic State.

VIDEO: Shopkeeper finds 'smugglers' tunnel'
An old smuggling tunnel leading to the sea is believed to have been discovered underneath a Ceredigion shop.

VIDEO: Top Gear's top seven
The full line-up of presenters set to front the new series of Top Gear has been announced.

What's Hillary Clinton's next move?
The contest for the Democratic nomination has become a real race between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. So what will Clinton do now?

Lawro v Deadpool star Ed Skrein
BBC Sport football expert Mark Lawrenson takes on Deadpool star Ed Skrein for his weekly Premier League predictions.

The dating game
Are dating apps addictive or soul-destroying?

Why does treatment for pets cost so much?
The price of getting a pet treated at the vet is rising. Why?

Inside the Padmini taxis of Mumbai
Inside the Padmini taxis of Mumbai

Lartigue's life in colour
Rarely seen pictures by Jacques Henri Lartigue reveal his love of colour photographs.
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