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IDF strikes Gaza for second time this week, after incendiary balloons spark eight fires in southern Israel

The Israeli military struck targets in Gaza for the second time this week, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) said in a statement, after a continued barrage of incendiary balloons sparked eight fires in southern Israel.
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Israel Strikes Gaza In Second Attack Since Cease-Fire

The strikes came after Palestinian activists sent incendiary balloons into Israel for a third day.
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WeWork cofounder Adam Neumann is reportedly spending $44 million on 2 Miami Beach properties, months after selling his San Francisco 'Guitar House' compound

Former WeWork CEO Adam Neumann. Michael Kovac/Getty Images for WeWork Adam Neumann is buying two plots of land for $44 million on Miami Beach, the seller told the WSJ. The WeWork cofounder will have 50,000 square feet of land and multiple boat slips, the seller said. Neumann's purchase comes months after he sold his compound in San Francisco's Bay Area. See more stories on Insider's business page. WeWork cofounder and former CEO Adam Neumann is set to buy two properties for $44...
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Why balloons strapped to explosives are the latest flashpoint in Israel-Hamas tensions

Incendiary balloons are a cheap way for militant groups in Gaza to send a message to Israel, without provoking the full Israeli military retaliation that often occurs when rockets are fired from the coastal enclave.
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One year or 5? Doctors and drug companies increasingly disagree about when we'll need COVID-19 booster shots

Marianne Ayala/Insider Booster shots may not be medically necessary for another one to five years, disease experts wager. But pharmaceutical companies are prepping to distribute boosters to the US before the end of 2021. In either case, boosters probably won't require the same urgency as initial vaccines do. See more stories on Insider's business page. The next vaccine race is underway - this time for booster shots.Leading vaccine developers, including Pfizer, Moderna, and Novavax...
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Why balloons strapped to explosives are the latest flashpoint in Israel-Hamas tensions

Incendiary balloons are a cheap way for militant groups in Gaza to send a message to Israel, without provoking the full Israeli military retaliation that often occurs when rockets are fired from the coastal enclave.
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Israeli military launches airstrikes in Gaza

• What you need to know about Israel's new Prime Minister • Opinion: The real earthquake in Israeli politics
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Biden-Putin meeting, Israel airstrikes, infrastructure plan: 5 things to know Wednesday

President Biden will meet Russian leader Vladimir Putin, Israel carries out more airstrikes in Gaza and more news to start your Wednesday.       [Author: USA TODAY]
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Israel strikes in Gaza after fire balloons launched

It is the first major flare-up since a ceasefire ended a conflict between Israel and Hamas in May.
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Controversial Jerusalem march poses first test for new Israeli government

Thousands of Israelis marched in a controversial flag-waving procession through east Jerusalem on Tuesday, risking a new round of tensions with Palestinians and posing the first test for Israel's new government.
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Israeli military launches airstrikes in Gaza in response to incendiary balloons launched from the coastal enclave

• What you need to know about Israel's new Prime Minister • Opinion: The real earthquake in Israeli politics
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Israel’s unlikely coalition: is this the end for Netanyahu?

Israel has a new coalition government made up of eight very different parties. But having ousted Benjamin Netanyahu, can it hold together?Israel’s longest-serving leader, Benjamin Netanyahu, was ousted from office on Sunday by a coalition of rival parties from across the political spectrum. Yair Lapid, a centrist former TV news anchor, won a confidence vote in parliament by 60 to 59 seats giving the new coalition a razor-thin majority.The Guardian’s Jerusalem correspondent, Oliver Holmes, tells ...
Tags: Israel, Jerusalem, World news, Middle East and North Africa, Benjamin Netanyahu, Netanyahu, Rachel, Yair Lapid, Oliver Holmes, Rachel Humphreys, Dahlia Scheindlin


Israel strikes in Gaza after fire balloons launched

It is the first major flare-up since the ceasefire between Israel and Hamas in May.
Tags: News, Israel, Gaza, Hamas


Israel strikes in Gaza after arson balloons launched

It is the first major flare-up since the ceasefire between Israel and Hamas in May.
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Israel strikes in Gaza after arson attacks

It is the first major flare-up since the ceasefire between Israel and Hamas in May.
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Israel carries out Gaza Strip airstrike after militants release incendiary balloons

More than 30 injured earlier after Jewish ultranationalists parade through Arab neighbourhoods in JerusalemAn Israeli aircraft has attacked a Palestinian training camp in the Gaza Strip in response to the launching of incendiary balloons from the territory, the first such strike since a fragile ceasefire was agreed to end 11 days of conflict.The Israeli military said its aircraft attacked Hamas armed compounds in the Gaza Strip in the early hours of Wednesday. Continue reading...
Tags: Israel, World news, Middle East and North Africa, Hamas, Gaza Strip, Naftali Bennett


Controversial Jerusalem march poses first test for new Israeli government

Thousands of Israelis marched in a controversial flag-waving procession through east Jerusalem on Tuesday, risking a new round of tensions with Palestinians and posing the first test for Israel's new government.
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Coronavirus live news: Brazil records 2,468 new Covid deaths; Oman detects ‘black fungus’ infection

Country also recorded 80,609 new cases; three patients infected with mucormycosis, previously seen in IndiaUS Covid deaths hit 600,000 as ex-Biden adviser says toll was avoidableCovid Delta variant: how effective are the vaccines?Why is Israel lifting restrictions as England extends them?‘Queue jumping’: Australians under 40 get jabs despite not being eligibleIreland to double quarantine period for unvaccinated UK arrivals 10.16pm BST Brazil has had its highest daily death toll since 9 June,...
Tags: UK, England, Israel, World news, South Africa, Oman, Brazil, Vaccines and immunisation, Biden, Reuters, Coronavirus, AFP Hospital


Coronavirus live news: jabs to be mandatory for England’s care home staff; Oman detects ‘black fungus’ infection

Three patients infected with mucormycosis, previously seen in India; Perceval Gete becomes one of youngest people in Europe to receive jabUS Covid deaths hit 600,000 as ex-Biden adviser says toll was avoidableCovid Delta variant: how effective are the vaccines?Why is Israel lifting restrictions as England extends them?‘Queue jumping’: Australians under 40 get jabs despite not being eligibleIreland to double quarantine period for unvaccinated UK arrivals 8.42pm BST Covid vaccinations are to b...
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Controversial Jerusalem march underway as first test for new Israeli government

A controversial right-wing Flag March through east Jerusalem began Tuesday, after Israel's new government green-lighted it on Monday.
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Kevin McCarthy won't let go of the GOP's smear campaign against Ilhan Omar, but Democrats have moved on

Rep. Kevin McCarthy and Rep. Ilhan Omar. Drew Angerer/Getty Images; Stephen Maturen/Getty Images Kevin McCarthy is perpetuating the GOP's smear campaign against Ilhan Omar. McCarthy is urging Pelosi to remove Omar from the House Foreign Affairs Committee. Pelosi has already signaled Democrats want to move on from recent misleading criticism of Omar. See more stories on Insider's business page. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy is calling for Rep. Ilhan Omar's removal from...
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Israeli police fire rubber bullets at Palestinians protesting against march

Medics say more than 30 injured after Jewish ultranationalists parade through Arab neighbourhoods in JerusalemIsraeli police fired rubber-tipped bullets at Palestinians protesting against a march by Jewish ultranationalists through Arab neighbourhoods of Jerusalem, a provocative parade that threatened to damage a fragile Gaza ceasefire.At one point, several dozen young men and teenagers, jumping in their air, chanted: “Death to Arabs!” Palestinian medics said Israeli police had wounded more than...
Tags: Israel, Jerusalem, World news, Middle East and North Africa, Gaza, Naftali Bennett, JerusalemIsraeli


Israeli police fire rubber bullets at Palestinians protesting far-right march

Provocative march through Arab neighbourhoods of Jerusalem threatens to damage fragile Gaza ceasefireIsraeli police fired rubber-tipped bullets at Palestinians protesting against a march by Jewish ultranationalists through Arab neighbourhoods of Jerusalem, a provocative parade that threatened to damage a fragile Gaza ceasefire.At one point, several dozen young men and teenagers, jumping in their air, chanted: “Death to Arabs!” Palestinian medics said Israeli police had wounded more than 30 peopl...
Tags: Israel, Jerusalem, World news, Middle East and North Africa, Gaza, Naftali Bennett


The US coronavirus death toll has passed 600,000, according to Johns Hopkins University data

A nurse tending to a patient at St. Jude Medical Center in Fullerton, California. Bersebach/MediaNews Group/Orange County Register via Getty Images The US death toll from COVID-19 has passed 600,000, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. Pre-pandemic life has largely returned in the US because of the vaccine rollout. But some vaccine hesitancy and procrastination is posing a threat to reaching herd immunity. See more stories on Insider's business page. The US reached a grim ...
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Coronavirus live news: Oman detects ‘black fungus’ infection; 12-year-olds in France get first vaccinations

Three patients infected with mucormycosis, previously seen in India; Perceval Gete becomes one of youngest people in Europe to receive jabCovid Delta variant: how effective are the vaccines?Why is Israel lifting restrictions as England extends them?China set to deliver 1bn Covid vaccine doses by end of this weekVaccines and oxygen run out as third wave of Covid hits UgandaUK coronavirus updates – live 4.26pm BST For more than a year, people who have wanted to get within breathing distance of...
Tags: Europe, England, Putin, Vladimir Putin, France, India, Israel, US, World news, Oman, National Institutes of Health, Vaccines and immunisation, Kremlin, Biden, Reuters, Coronavirus


Why is Israel lifting Covid restrictions as England extends them?

Analysis: both are viewed as running successful vaccine campaigns, but case numbers are very differentCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageIsrael and the UK were viewed as world leaders in their coronavirus vaccine campaigns but whereas the former is lifting almost all pandemic limitations, the latter is now glumly extending its restrictions in England amid a sharp rise in infections.Despite starting its mass inoculation programme after the UK in December, Israel has sped ...
Tags: Health, Politics, UK, England, Israel, Society, UK News, World news, Public services policy, Middle East and North Africa, Infectious Diseases, Health policy, Vaccines and immunisation, Coronavirus


Coronavirus live news: Ireland to double quarantine period for UK arrivals over Delta variant; Russia imposes new curbs

Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated arrivals from Britain must quarantine in Ireland for 10 days; several regions in east of Russia attempt to combat outbreak; Israel to end indoor mask mandatesVaccines and oxygen run out as third wave of Covid hits UgandaGove suggests UK will have to learn to live with deaths at certain levelSee all our coronavirus coverage 11.28am BST Just a quick one from Reuters here, that the Kremlin said on Tuesday it was not satisfied by the slow rate of vaccinations...
Tags: UK, England, Russia, Israel, World news, Britain, Ireland, Delta, Kremlin, Reuters, Eamon Ryan, Coronavirus, UgandaGove


Coronavirus live news: Russia imposes new restrictions after case rises; Japan to send 1m vaccines to Vietnam

Several regions in east of Russia attempt to combat outbreak; Israel to end indoor mask mandates; Vietnam will receive 1m AstraZeneca doses manufactured in JapanVaccines and oxygen run out as third wave of Covid hits UgandaGove suggests UK will have to learn to live with deaths at certain levelSee all our coronavirus coverage 10.21am BST Hong Kong providers of shipping services are breathing a sigh of relief after authorities announced they would ease strict quarantine restrictions imposed l...
Tags: Hong Kong, Japan, UK, Germany, Russia, Berlin, Israel, World news, Astrazeneca, Vietnam, Marine Department, Coronavirus, JapanVaccines, UgandaGove


Israelis and Palestinians brace for unrest over ultranationalist march

March through Jerusalem poses early test for Naftali Bennett’s new government Israelis and Palestinians are preparing for possible unrest ahead of a planned march by Jewish ultranationalists through East Jerusalem that could ignite protests and clashes with police only weeks after an an 11-day Gaza war.The march poses an early test for Israel’s fragile new government, which was sworn in on Sunday and includes parties from across the political spectrum, including a small Arab party. Continue read...
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