The deal will enable Israelis to attend the first World Cup in the Middle East, and ease travel burdens for Palestinians.
The attack late Tuesday destroyed several vehicles and killed at least 10 people, say people familiar with the attack.
Egyptian farmers in the fertile Nile Delta region face changing weather patterns that have brought bouts of unusually intense heat and record-low temperatures that near freezing.
An ultranationalist political outlook forged in Jewish West Bank settlements could play a central role in Israel’s next government.
The new assessment comes days after Saudi Arabia shared intelligence with Washington indicating an imminent strike.
Mourning ceremonies for Iranians killed during recent protests snowballed into large demonstrations on Thursday, adding momentum to the antigovernment movement.
The former Israeli prime minister is on the cusp of a return to power after Israelis delivered him and his political allies a clear edge in elections.
Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had a marginal lead over his rivals in exit polls for Israel’s fifth election in four years.
The United Arab Emirates sent its national security adviser to Riyadh in September on a secret mission to dissuade Saudi Arabia’s crown prince from pushing an oil-production cut that would anger the U.S. and risk painting oil producers as Russian allies, people familiar with the trip said.
Saudi officials said Tehran is poised to attack both the kingdom and Erbil in Iraq, and the White House National Security Council said the U.S. is prepared to respond.
Student demonstrators faced down security forces at universities and on the streets in multiple cities, ignoring a warning by one of the country’s top military commanders.
Success would give the former prime minister a capstone to more than 30 years in public life. Polls show he is within striking distance of achieving that goal in Tuesday’s election.
Many Arab Israelis say they don’t plan to vote in Tuesday’s election, disheartened by a lack of wins for their communities.
Former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has a small advantage over his rivals in Israel’s leadership race, the last polls before Tuesday’s election show, but a deadlock in the fifth ballot in three years is also a likely outcome.
The protests that followed the death of Mahsa Amini are rooted in 40 years of tension over the mandatory hijab, which is seen by both authorities and citizens as a proxy for authoritarian control.
The approval of Mohammed al-Sudani as prime minister aligns Baghdad more closely with Iran amid deep public unrest over rampant corruption and a lack of jobs.
Officials blamed the protest movement that began following the death in police custody of Mahsa Amini for an attack where a gunman killed 15 worshipers in southern Iran.
Activity at the Riyadh investment event signaled the emergence of commercial ties and Israel’s growing acceptance in the kingdom.
The accord will allow Israel to quickly follow through on its commitment to sell gas to the European Union, which is searching for new energy sources following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Massive protests in Tehran and other parts of the country marked 40 days since the death of Mahsa Amini in police custody sparked an antigovernment movement.