Today in History, 3/11

[ad_1] 1824 – The jury's first hearing is in Australia. 1903 – Following the United States rebellion, Panama is independent of Colombia. 1935 – The Greek referendum recalls the II. 1954 – Death of French artist Henri Matisse. 1957 – The Soviet Union launches the first inhabited space capsule, II. Sputnik, who carries a dog … Read more

Netanyahu: Consulate in Istanbul is "terrible," but stability in Saudi Arabia has to be kept – Israel News

[ad_1] Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rested on the assassination of Saudi journalist and dissident Jamal Khashoggi, saying what was happening in Istanbul at the Saudi Consulate was terrible and dealt with. "What happened at the Istanbul consulate was terrible and properly addressed," Netanyahu said in Varna in Bulgaria. However, I say it is very important … Read more

Israeli forces control the surveillance equipment in southern Lebanon – Xinhua

[ad_1] BEIRUT, Nov. 2 (Xinhua) – Israeli forces control Friday the military trip between Ghajar and Wadi Al-Asal via the southern Lebanese Abbassieh, local media reported. "Israeli forces have stopped at a fixed fence from time to time to monitor surveillance equipment and video cameras in the area," says Elnashra, an online independent newspaper. Meanwhile, … Read more

UPDATE 1 Israeli official says Khashoggi death is "despicable" but Iran's bigger challenge

[ad_1] An Israeli official on Friday the assassination of the so-called journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Saudi Arabia Arabia's consulate in Istanbul is "despicable", but it said the strengthening of the Gulf States in the fight against Iran Israel's primary concern. In his remarks at FM Radio, Minister of Energy Yuval Steinitz does not explicitly state … Read more