The case could result in the former president and opposition leader being banned from politics.
- by Dan Williams
Benjamin Netanyahu and his family are seeking thousands in libel damages from Ehud Olmert after he claimed that they needed psychiatric treatment.
- by James Rothwell
The actor’s Instagram post featuring a pro-Palestine collage was condemned by Israel’s current and former UN ambassadors: “10 points from Gryffindor.”
- by Gabriella Swerling
The trial, likely to be closely watched internationally, will examine whether a second round of boosters will help contend with the fast-spreading Omicron variant.
- by Rami Amichay, Dan Williams and Maayan Lubell
In a kingdom where the long ban on cinema has only recently been lifted, young people in Jeddah have embraced a new festival culture that has brought film stars and DJ parties that allow mingling of the sexes.
- by Stephanie Bunbury
Some scientists warned that too many shots might cause a sort of immune system fatigue, compromising the body’s ability to fight the coronavirus.
- by Isabel Kershner
In 1916, the Anzac mounted division, under the direction of Major-General Chauvel, defeated an entrenched Ottoman army garrison in the Battle of Magdhaba in the Sinai desert during World War I.
- by Staff Writers
A ruling by a judge at the High Court detailed an order to Dubai’s ruler Sheikh Mohammed to provide much more than £554 million ($1 billion) to settle a long-running custody battle.
- by Michael Holden and Andrew MacAskill
In a country beset by war, and divided by rebels and by a Saudi-backed government “The joy was for all, even those who are fighting each other”.
- by Ali Al-Mujahed and Siobhán O'Grady
International sanctions against the Taliban have made it difficult to get funds into the country since the group took power in August.
- by Phoebe Wynn-Pope
The French President’s visit to Saudi Arabia coincides with a weekend of festivities that will help to rebuild the image of the kingdom’s controversial prince.
- by Samy Adghirni