The Gaza-based Palestinian militant group began firing rockets into Israel on Monday, just minutes after the passing of a deadline for its demand that Israeli forces be removed from around the Al-Aqsa Mosque complex. The Israeli military responded with a wave of missile strikes aimed at Gaza, and has threatened an outright invasion.
Civil defence sirens went off twice on Saturday in Tel Aviv and its suburbs, as well as in the city of Ashod and areas next to the Gaza Strip.
The ongoing conflict in the Gaza Strip, the worst in years, was triggered by court rulings to evict Palestinian families from the Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood of East Jerusalem and banning Palestinians from visiting holy sites during Ramadan.
Following a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, the government of Narendra Modi has come under criticism from domestic and international press for mishandling the crisis. Does the government deserve the backlash and how could this affect Modi and Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) future?
Lionel Messi is still to confirm if he will stay at Barcelona despite his contract expiring on 30 June. Last summer the Argentine forward attempted to leave the Spanish club as a free agent, but was forced to back down as he did not want to go to court to force the move, opting to stay out his campaign.
In February 2021, Canada’s government introduced mandatory quarantine hotels for people arriving into the country – however, the conditions, facilities, and management have come under fire.
Biden also nixed Trump’s executive orders that sought to protect monuments in the wake of 'racial justice' protests.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - US Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo called on US businesses to ensure proper preparedness for ransomware attacks as a matter of priority on the heels of the Colonial Pipeline hacking.