The U.S. Supreme Court has abolished the right to abortion; nuclear talks will resume

Drama in the United States: The Supreme Court Abolishes the Right to Abortion After 50 Years

The Supreme Court overturned the Row v. Wade ruling that granted the right to abortion some 50 years ago, a decision that is expected to affect millions of women and stand at the center of the midterm elections for the House of Representatives and Senate this coming November. Biden attacked the Supreme Court’s decision, saying, “The health and lives of women in the United States are now in jeopardy.” Following the ruling, masses took part in numerous protests across the United States.

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Protest against the abolition of the right to abortion in the US (Photo: Reuters)

Back to the table: Iran and EU announce that nuclear talks will resume in the coming days

Iran’s indirect talks with the US on a return to the 2015 nuclear deal will resume soon, Iranian Foreign Minister Hussein Amirbadulian announced today (Saturday) at a joint press conference with EU Foreign Policy Commissioner Joseph Burrell, who visited Tehran to Discuss resuscitation of calls.

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Joseph Burrell (Photo: Reuters)Joseph Burrell (Photo: Reuters)

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Suspicion of Islamist terrorism: Two killed in massacre at club of gay community in Oslo

Two people were killed and about 14 were injured in a shooting incident that took place last night (Saturday) at the Proud Community Club in the Norwegian capital Oslo and on nearby streets, local police said, adding that a shooting suspect was caught and that the incident was considered extremist Islamist terrorism. This, during the weekend when the city is supposed to host the annual Pride Parade, which according to a CNN report was canceled following the massacre.

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The shooting scene in Oslo, Norway (Photo: Reuters)The shooting scene in Oslo, Norway (Photo: Reuters)

After the dramatic announcement of the dissolution of the government: Bennett and Shaked are destined – “There was a good meeting”

After the announcement of the dissolution of the government: Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, and his party partner, Interior Minister Ayelet Shaked, met on Friday for a meeting that lasted about an hour and a half and discussed the political crisis and the election. Their entourage reported that “the meeting was good” and the two arranged to meet again on Sunday.

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Naftali Bennett, Ayelet Shaked (Photo: Yonatan Zindel, Flash 90)Naftali Bennett, Ayelet Shaked (Photo: Yonatan Zindel, Flash 90)

Suspected murder: 24-year-old Muhammad Amash was shot dead in his car in Jisr a-Zarqa

Muhammad Amash, 24, from Jasr a-Zarqa, was shot dead during the night (Friday to Saturday) while sitting in his car near the football field in the village. This is the 46th victim in the Arab sector since the beginning of 2022.

The murder scene in Jessore (Photo: Police Spokeswoman)The murder scene in Jessore (Photo: Police Spokeswoman)

The incident took place around 01:20 in the morning, when MDA’s 101 hotline received a report of a man injured by gunfire near the football field in Jasser a-Zarqa. MDA medics and paramedics who arrived at the scene provided primary medical care and were evacuated to Hillel Yaffe Hospital In her room the deceased with gunshot wounds while he was human during resuscitation operations. Shortly afterwards he was pronounced dead at the hospital.

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