RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — The hooliganism at the European Championship in France could affect the availability of alcohol at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
71 years ago, a Jewish-French partisan doctor helping the US forces entered Buchenwald and took down a Nazi flag there; 15 years after his death, his son has donated that flag to the State of Israel, along with other documents from the liberation; the state has transferred them to Yad Vashem.
The Israel Prison Service raided cells of Hamas members on Thursday and found messages related to planned attacks along with other contraband; the raids were precipitated by increased prisoner insubordination.
Jordan will not allow food aid deliveries to over 75,000 displaced Syrians trapped on its border, and the UN fears that air drops will see the aid fall into the wrong hands; the UN therefore decided to drop the aid via crane over the border.
US secretary of state claimed that $400 cash paid to Iranian government at settlement of nuclear deal was unrelated to the deal; said settlement agreement saved US taxpayers in the end.
After a woman in a wheelchair was documented tied outside a mall in Ramat Gan, the police have located and detained the Filipina foreign worker; interior ministry intends to remove her from the country.
Czech MEP Petr Mach intends to establish the first official intergroup to support West Bank settlements and, inter alia, combat BDS in the European Parliament
A senior official at World Vision, a Christian aid organization, diverted millions of dollars intended for Gaza’s population to Hamas military wing; also stole food and health packages: Shin Bet: ‘There is no limit to the cynicism of Hamas’