PM-designate Benjamin Netanyahu strikes coalition deal with Religious Zionism party, bringing him nearer to shaping what could be the Mideast country's most extreme-right government ever.
Israeli troops shoot and kill a Palestinian man, raising to five the number of Palestinians killed in less than 24 hours in occupied West Bank.
The head of Israel's right-wing Jewish Power party, who has long advocated to further escalate hard-line policies against Palestinians, is set to become Israel's next minister of national security.
Police said they were investigating the incidents as Israel's police commissioner said this kind of attack had not been seen in Jerusalem for years.
The two incidents, still under investigation, targeted bus stops in Jerusalem killing a teenager and injuring fourteen others.
After a period of unprecedented political gridlock that forced five elections in less than four years, polls last month gave Benjamin Netanyahu and his allies a clear majority in the parliament.
PM Rishi Sunak’s government says "there are no plans to move the British embassy" to Jerusalem, a reverse from the policy of short-lasted Liz Truss rule.
Tamer al Kilani of the Lions' Den was killed when a bomb placed on a motorcycle parked nearby was detonated, according to the group.
Nineteen-year-old suffered a mortal wound in the neck, while three others were wounded by live gunshots to their limbs during a raid in Jenin refugee camp, says Palestine's Health Ministry.
Australia's foreign affairs minister said long-standing position is that status of Jerusalem must be resolved between Israeli and Palestinian authorities.
The goal of the reconciliation deal between rival Palestinian factions is to give Palestinian people “proper elections” and a united political representation for negotiations with Israel.
British PM’s action will not only legitimise Israel’s occupation and brutal suppression of the Palestinian people but also mock international laws.
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