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World news is all reports on stories involving politicians, conflict and revolutions outside of the United States and Israel that affect the world and the Jewish state. 'World news' helps the global environment set the political agenda through journalists situated in conflict regions reporting on the important facts.

Will President Biden play an active role in Israel’s election campaign?

Joe Biden will be greeted by caretaker Prime Minister Yair Lapid when he arrives in Israel next week, but it is unlikely that the US president will try to influence the vote, experts say

By KEREN SETTON/ THE MEDIA LINE
06/07/2022
Members of MINUSMA Chadian contingent patrol in Kidal, Mali

Two UN peacekeepers killed, 5 wounded in northern Mali attack - UN

Insecurity has grown in the West African country since Islamist insurgents who took root in its arid north a decade ago escalated attacks and seized territory.

By REUTERS
05/07/2022

Suspected Highland Park July 4 shooter planned attack for weeks

"Our nation needs to have a conversation about these weekly events involving the murder of dozens of people with legally obtained guns," Mayor Rotering said.

By REUTERS
05/07/2022

Russian strikes kill at least one person in Ukrainian city of Sloviansk - report

Sloviansk Mayor Vadym Lyakh said on Facebook that the city had come under mass shelling and urged residents to stay in shelters.

By REUTERS
05/07/2022

Russian parliament speaker: Ukraine has become a 'terrorist' state

Ukraine and the West say the claim is baseless propaganda, used to justify a land grab.

05/07/2022

'There’s a uniqueness in the bond that we share'

Fred and Jay Waks speak to Ralph Benmergui,about their parents' legacy of tzedakah (charity), Tikkun Olam and Zionism.

Finland seizes hundreds of Russian freight cars as EU sanctions bite

Finnish bailiff authority said it has frozen assets of a few dozen Russian and Belarusian individuals and legal entities, including transportation firms

By REUTERS
05/07/2022

Pressure increases on UK's Boris Johnson over conduct of former minister

Johnson's office said the prime minister was not aware of any specific complaints against Pincher before appointing him.

By REUTERS
05/07/2022

Australia floods worsen as thousands more flee Sydney homes

About 50,000 residents in New South Wales, most in Sydney's western suburbs, have been told to either evacuate or warned they might receive evacuation orders.

By REUTERS
05/07/2022
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