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Netanyahu has been spoilingThe UN vote for a Gaza ceasefire shows Biden's administration has finally lost patience with Israel's leader. That could be crucial How do you gaslight an entire nation about a war and then try to do... the same to a superpower that is your ally? And how do you turn a just war into global isolation and widespread condemnation? Just ask Benjamin Netanyahu. He has the patent. Netanyahu has been deliberately and intently seeking a confrontation with the US ever since late October. The UN security council resolution 2728, demanding an "immediate ceasefire", is just the latest pretext for this premeditated showdown. This may sound counterintuitive and imprudent to you, given that the two countries are close allies, given Israel's heavy reliance on US military aid and its diplomatic umbrella, and...
'Madness': Netanyahu'sTone in parts of Israeli media borders on contempt, as prime minister's growing friction with Biden linked to US abstention Middle East crisis - live updates The Israeli prime minister Benjamin... Netanyahu's handling of relations with the Biden administration, which led the US on Monday to decline to veto a ceasefire resolution at the UN security council, has been greeted by sharp criticism by Israeli commentators. After the US veto, prominent columnists across the Israeli media condemned Netanyahu's growing friction with the US president, Joe Biden.
Thousands of foreign nurses aExclusive: Surge in nurses originally from outside the EU moving overseas prompts concern Britain is a 'staging post' in their careers Almost 9,000 foreign nurses a year are leaving the UK to work... abroad, amid a sudden surge in nurses quitting the already understaffed NHS for better-paid jobs elsewhere. The rise in nurses originally from outside the EU moving to take up new posts abroad has prompted concerns that Britain is increasingly becoming "a staging post" in their careers.
Utah women's basketball teamIdaho officials spoke out about the incident against the Utah women's basketball team on Tuesday after allegations members faced racist language.
Moscow concert hall attack:Russians lay flowers and light candles outside Crocus concert hall as senior minister says UK has little confidence in Russia's statements on the attack The UK's chancellor, Jeremy Hunt, has said the... UK had "very little confidence" in Russia's statements on the Moscow concert hall attack, accusing it of creating a "smokescreen of propaganda" to defend its assault on Ukraine. At least 133 people were killed by armed gunmen at the Crocus City Hall in a suburb on the northern edge of Moscow on Friday, with the Islamic State (IS) group claiming responsibility for the attack. I think we have very little confidence in anything the Russian government says. We know that they are creating a smokescreen of propaganda to defend an utterly evil invasion of Ukraine.
Katherine Jackson, Michael’s 93 year old mother, has been in the news lately. She’s been trying to stop Michael’s estate from selling a half ownership in his MJJ Music for $600... million d to Sony. Having lost the case, she wants to fund an appeal and have the estate pay her lgal bills, according to […] The post Michael Jackson’s Mother Unlikely Legal Opponent for Estate: Sources Say She’s Being “Encouraged” by Kids Who Need Money appeared first on Showbiz411.
US man pleads guilty toTravis John Branson killed about 3,600 protected birds to sell their parts online from 2015-21.
Devon Werkheiser Apologizes ToDrake Bell has received an apology from former Nickelodeon star Devon Werkheiser after he and his co-stars from Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide seemingly mocked the allegations raised... in the docuseries Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV. Werkheiser and his Ned’s Declassified co-stars, Lindsey Shaw and Daniel Curtis, received backlash after going […]
Malaysia's $100 billion ghostForest City, a $100 billion luxury development in Malaysia, is banking on tourism to shed its "ghost town" image.
Brave victim describesWhen he shouted, 'Dad, watch out - a bear!' as they cycled together last Sunday, his father Filip ignored him. His reaction was understandable.
'Kill them and have no mercy':ISIS' news agency Amaq released sickening a 90-second selfie video of the attack that is too graphic for MailOnline to share.
18-year-old charged withThe crash in a Seattle suburb killed a woman and three children.
Afghan teen girls despair atThe new term has begun, but secondary school remains closed to girls for another academic year.
What We Gained (and Lost) WhenMy 13-year-old has left her phone behind for hiking, chores and study in the Australian wilderness. Our pen-and-paper correspondence is opening up an unexpected world.
Why Trump may reap billions inThe Truth Social deal could generate an astonishing windfall for the ex-president as he fights legal fines.
Ukraine war briefing:Discharge petition backing Ukraine funding rolls on in US Congress with first Republican signature. What we know on day 758 See all our coverage of the war in Ukraine
Gwyneth Paltrow On SuperheroGwyneth Paltrow understands that good films aren’t necessarily $300 million productions. Appearing on First We Feast's Hot Ones, hosted by Sean Evans, she was asked about director Cord... Jefferson's recent Oscar speech. Jefferson won the Best Adapted Screenplay award for American Fiction, and used the platform to beg Hollywood for budget sanity. "Instead of making […]
Ukraine war briefing: we needUkrainian drones hit Engels air base deep inside Russia; EU sends €4.5bn to Kyiv and discusses using Russian profits. What we know on day 757 See all our coverage of the war in Ukraine A Russian... missile hit an industrial area in Ukraine's northern city of Kharkiv on Wednesday, killing at least five people, injuring eight and leaving others missing while causing a major fire in a printing house, local authorities said. The mayor of Kharkiv, Ihor Terekhov, said later, at about 11pm local time, that Kharkiv had come under fresh shelling. Ukraine's president, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, said the strike underscored the lack of proper air defences in Kharkiv. "Kharkiv needs an adequate number of air defence systems, Sumy region needs it, Chernihiv region and all our regions suffering from Russian...
This map of the universe'sScientists have created the largest ever supermassive black hole map. The map, which is featured in a paper in The Astrophysical Journal, showcases more than … The post This map of the... universe’s active supermassive black holes will give you nightmares appeared first on BGR.
Middle East crisis live: HamasIsraeli foreign minister says vote told Hamas 'you don't have to hurry' as group rejects latest deal offer See all of our Israel-Gaza war coverage Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh will travel to Tehran on... Tuesday to meet Iranian officials, Reuters reports, citing Iran's official Press TV. It will be the Qatar-based leader's second trip to Iran since the 7 October attacks.
Russia charges four men overSuspects appear in a Moscow court accused of an act of terrorism at Crocus City Hall, where 137 people were killed.
Chinese battery giant couldEVE Energy is in advanced talks to build a hub to make batteries for electric vehicles at Coventry airport.
'Cherry on the Cake': HowDan Wang, an expert on China's technology sector, says Beijing would see a forced sale or ban of the social media platform as a propaganda coup.
What We Know About ISIS-K, theThe Islamic State affiliate has been a major threat to the Taliban's ability to govern Afghanistan.
How the world found out aboutThese are the moment Britain's broadcasters including ITV, Sky and BBC broke Kate Middleton's cancer news - and how the rest of the world found out.