A mall in Qalansawa collapsed following a huge fire
The Z Center shopping complex caught fire in the city of Sharon, and large forces of firefighters fought the flames.
Due to the enormous fire intensity, the fire engines were removed from the building.
Firefighters struggled to prevent the fire from spreading toward nearby buildings.
There were no casualties but the structure was completely damaged and its roof collapsed.
The causes of the flames are unknown at this time.
A mall in Qalansawa collapsed following a huge fire // MDA spokeswoman
Palestinians planted a bomb on the Gaza Strip fence
Observations have identified two terrorists placing an improvised explosive device near the security fence.
Fighters who jumped to the spot arrested the two, who were taken for questioning.
The border fence with the Gaza Strip, Photo: Oren Cohen
Impulse dose also for Johnson & Johnson vaccine
After Modern and Pfizer: The U.S. Drug Advisory Board is expected to recommend a second dose of the drug company's vaccine.
The company hopes that the effectiveness of the vaccine will increase to 94% after receiving the booster.
Johnson & Johnson Corona Vaccine, Photo: Reuters
Britain: The murder of MP Ames is suspected of a terrorist attack
The London police suspect that the motive for the assassination of the pro-Israel legislature is an Islamist ideology.
The murder suspect is a British citizen of Somali descent.
According to the suspect, he stabbed Ames several times and then was arrested.
He is being held by Essex police and is under investigation.
The scene of the incident in which David Ames was murdered,
Saudi Foreign Minister says in a surprising statement: Israel has contributed to peace
Prince Faisal said in Washington that Israel had added stability to the region, but added: "The Palestinian issue must be addressed."
On Iran: "Their accelerated nuclear activities are very disturbing."
The president of Azerbaijan attacked Tehran at a meeting of the Independent States: "With the help of Karbach's liberation, we stopped drug smuggling from Iran, through Armenia - to Europe."
In Iran, they tried to defend themselves: "Baku serves the Zionist interests."
Prince Faisal Ben Farhan in his meeting with Secretary of State Anthony Blinken, yesterday, Photo: AFP
Beirut residents are preparing for the worst
The residents of the neighborhood, which has become a battleground between Hezbollah supporters and other Lebanese militias, no longer feel safer in their homes.
"We are scared and there is a general feeling of heartbreak. There is also a feeling of anger. Our homes are no longer safe, our life path has gone completely wrong," said a neighborhood resident, a Christian who identified herself as Siham.
Iranian flag at funeral of Hezbollah supporter killed, Photo: AFP