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Chelsea FC’s Roman Abramovich buys Israel estate for record $64.5 million

Russian-Israeli billionaire Roman Abramovich has reportedly bought an estate in Israel worth $64.5 million, a record high real estate sale in the country, Globes reported, citing a “source close to the deal”. According to the report, the Herzliya estate is comprised of four lots covering 9.5 dunams (2.37 acres) and two buildings which have been merged as one property. The …

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US Senate Quietly Approves $38 Billion for Israel Amid Historic Economic Downturn

S.3176 was passed without being named, debated, or even discussed, even though it would set into law the largest such aid package in US history. Menifee, CA (IAK) — The Senate Foreign Relations Committee quietly passed a bill yesterday to give Israel a minimum of $38 billion over the next ten years despite the ongoing devastation to the U.S. economy caused by the …

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From Minneapolis to Palestine, racism is the common enemy

The images of George Floyd suffocating under the knee of a racist police officer who ignored his pleas that he couldn’t breathe, until he gasped his last breath, were shocking to the conscience. That video, which spread like wildfire among Americans and around the globe, showed an ugliness that still lurks in the world despite humanity’s supposed progress in civilization …

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Hezbollah motorcade drives length of border to celebrate Israeli withdrawal

Hundreds of Hezbollah and Amal supporters drove a motorcade along the length of the Blue Line – the UN-demarcated border between Israel and Lebanon – on Monday to celebrate 20 years since Israeli forces withdrew from southern Lebanon. Videos on social media show hordes of men riding motorcycles adorned with Hezbollah, Amal and, in some cases, Lebanese flags along the …

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Egypt pardons former police officer who killed Lebanon singer

The Egyptian president’s decision to pardon a former police officer who was convicted of killing a Lebanese singer has ignited outrage in the north African country. Mohsen Al-Sukkari was convicted in 2008 of killing Suzanne Tamim in the Emirates on the orders of her lover, the business mogul Hisham Talaat Mostafa, who ordered that he follow her from Cairo to …

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Syria: Two killed in Idlib refugee camps fires

At least two civilians were killed in seven fire outbreaks in the last three weeks in the tent camps at the Turkey-Syria border zone, according to a local official on Sunday, Anadolu reports. Mohammad Hallaj, the director of Syria’s Response Coordination Group, told Anadolu Agency that the gas cylinders cause the fires and close proximity of the tents lead its quick spread. Civilians escaping …

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Germany to operate Israel drones in Afghanistan, Mali

The German army plans to operate a fleet of Israeli-made Heron TP drones in Afghanistan and Mali from 2021, the German Press Agency (DPA) reported. The German government said the new model will join its fleet of drones in Afghanistan in 2021 and in Mali in 2024. The German army already flies three Israeli-made middle-sized Heron 1 surveillance aircrafts in Afghanistan as …

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