Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu confirmed negotiations with Russia but denied Israel supplied its own vaccines in a deal to bring back an Israeli woman stuck in Syria.
Drones and missiles launched in the past month from Yemen and Iraq show gaps in air defenses, as Biden reconsiders U.S. policy in the region.
Iran has warned it would tear up much of the international monitoring of its nuclear activities next week if the U.S. doesn’t lift economic sanctions, in a fresh bid to pressure the Biden administration to change policy.
Iraqi and U.S. officials sought to establish how militants managed to strike one of most heavily guarded facilities in Iraqi Kurdistan.
Monday’s rocket attack on a U.S. military base in Iraqi Kurdistan, which killed a contractor and injured several others, including a U.S. service member, highlights the continued danger posed by Shiite groups supported by Tehran.
A rocket attack on the U.S.-led coalition in northern Iraq on Monday killed a contractor and injured a U.S. service member and five other contractors, the U.S. military said.
The study compared 600,000 people who received two doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine with an unvaccinated group of the same size, offering important new insights to other countries as they roll out their own campaigns.
Rights groups are using machine learning to sort through a mammoth trove of video, photo and other evidence to build Syrian war-crimes cases.
The prime minister hopes Israel’s Arab citizens, who make up around 20% of the country’s population, could boost his party enough in March national elections to form a government.
Iran has started producing uranium metal, a material that can be used to form the core of nuclear weapons, the United Nations atomic agency told members in a confidential report.
The prominent women’s rights activist, who campaigned against a ban on women driving, was detained in May 2018, weeks before the ban was lifted.
Iranian breaches of the 2015 nuclear deal raise fears that Tehran is paving the way to start work on nuclear weapons, raising pressure on President Biden.
The nation began inoculating front-line medical workers as it seeks to contain the worst outbreak of the disease in the Middle East after blaming U.S. sanctions for impeding vaccine imports.
Benjamin Netanyahu’s not guilty plea to charges of corruption sets the stage for a lengthy legal fight to determine the political fate of the country’s longest-serving leader.
The findings could indicate Iran has undertaken work on nuclear weapons. Last year, the country blocked IAEA inspectors from checking the sites involved for seven months, leading to a standoff.
Israel will on Thursday begin inoculating everyone over 16, the government said, expanding the world’s fastest Covid-19 vaccination drive as it contends with a fresh surge in infections.
Tehran’s new rocket features a key component in intercontinental ballistic missiles, as Iran seeks to raise the stakes ahead of possible negotiations with the Biden administration over a new nuclear deal.
The Israeli Defense Ministry supplied 2,000 doses of Moderna’s Covid-19 vaccine to the Palestinian Authority amid growing concerns over the disease’s spread in the neighboring West Bank and Gaza becoming a threat to the country.
Israel’s attempt to suppress a roiling pandemic has collided with a hard-hit ultraorthodox community that has proven resistant to lockdowns and suspicious of the nation’s mass vaccination campaign.
Officials said the operation hurt the group’s ability to regroup, after months in which it has carried out increasingly deadly attacks on Iraqi and Syrian forces.