Golan Heights development is a strategic goal for this government, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said, as he promised to double, if not quadruple the population there.
Firefighters are battling a fire that broke out at the Al-Zahrani oil facility in Lebanon.
Iraqi forces captured ISIS's financial manager and deputy leader on Sunday amid parliamentary elections.
The turnout in Sunday's election was 41%, the electoral commission said. The lowest turnout was in Baghdad, with between 31% and 34%.
A number of Palestinian prisoners, including one of those who escaped from Gilboa Prison, are hunger striking in Israeli prisons.
On Saturday, Lebanon's two largest power stations, Zahrani and Deir Ammar plants, shut down due to fuel shortages, bringing the Lebanese power network to a complete halt.
The car bomb targeted Governor Ahmed Lamlas and agriculture minister Salem al-Suqatri, who survived the blast.
For the first time since the US invasion in 2003, Iraqis are voting in a general election. Many have pledged to boycott, having lost faith in the democratic system.
The amount is said to be almost 80% of what the Islamic Republic needs to build a nuclear bomb.
A source told Al Mayadeen that Hamas had supplied Egyptian intelligence with "a complete conception of the prisoner exchange deal with the occupation."
The state electricity company confirmed in a statement that the thermoelectric plant at the Zahrani power station had stopped.
Earlier on Friday, unidentified aircraft targeted military sites belonging to Iranian militias in Al Bukamal and Deir ez-Zor.
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Under an agreement announced last month, Egypt will supply natural gas to Lebanon via a pipeline that passes through Jordan and Syria to help boost Lebanon's electricity output.
Iran wants Russia to know that it is concerned by both the presence of Israel-Azerbaijan relations as well as Turkey’s moves to open up a land corridor.
Iran’s drone program, unlike its nuclear weapons program, is not secretive. The Islamic Republic openly brags about its drone capabilities.
ran is deeply concerned by what it sees as Turkish meddling in the Caucasus, and also the chance that Iran could be cut off from Russia.
“No, no to America, America is the enemy of the nations," reads one sign.
Israeli firm NSO's Pegasus software was used by Dubai's ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum to hack the phones of his ex-wife and her lawyers.
The US left the JCPOA in 2018, citing continued malign behavior by Iran in the region, and implementing a “maximum pressure” sanctions regime, but Biden seeks a return to the policy.