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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Thursday, June 29, 2017

Israel

IDF forces struck Syrian regime targets for the second day in a row Sunday after several projectiles landed in open areas on the Israeli side of the border. The IDF said it had hit two Syrian artillery cannons and a truck carrying ammunition.

Amid heavy fighting between Syrian army forces and militias loyal to the regime of Bashar al-Assad and between rebel forces,  mortar and tank shells spilled over onto the Israeli side of the border for a second day running. No casualties were reported on the Israeli side. Israeli farmers and civilians were ordered to stay away from the border area.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which monitors events in the war-torn country, said Israeli forces had fired missiles causing casualties among

Mohammed Dahlan, a former critic of Hamas but more recently a ferocious opponent of Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas (Abu Mazen), may become the leader of the Hamas-dominated government in the Gaza Strip, Palestinian media reported Tuesday.

Maan News, a Fatah-linked news site located in Bethlehem, cited an unconfirmed report that the agreement, “A National Consensus Document for Trust-Building” was signed by Dahlan and Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar during talks in Cairo earlier this

Israeli media reported Sunday that the IDF is expected to start construction of a wall on the Israeli-Lebanese border within the next month.  The initial stage of the wall will be built from Rosh Hanikra, at the northwest corner of Israel, running around 12 kilometers to Hanita to the east, and from Misgav Am to Metula.

The wall, the tender for which was published over a year ago, comes in response to fears that Hezbollah will stage a ground invasion of northern Israel and attempt to take over

The Yesha Council of Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria demanded the immediate approval Sunday of 300 housing units in Bet El, north of Jerusalem.

Meeting in emergency session outside the Knesset during the weekly cabinet meeting to protest a report over the weekend that the government will not publish tenders for new building in Judea and Samaria before the end of 2017, Council leaders said the time is ripe for a construction push. The report, published in the Hebrew-language Makor

Israeli schoolchildren from the Modi’in area have discovered a 900-year-old collection of women’s jewelry at Givat Tittora, the site of an archaeological dig adjacent to the city located between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) and the Modi’in municipality announced Tuesday. The students, 2,500 fourth to 12th graders from local communities, also discovered remains of ancient clay ovens (tabuns), cooking pots, jars, serving dishes, and a table in an ancient