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Child Drowns in Flash Flood Near Negev Bedouin Town

Paramedics from the Magen David Adom emergency medical service worked to resuscitate the child after he was pulled from the water, and rushed him to Soroka Medical Center.

Hikers Rescued After Flash Flood Near Ein Gedi

The crisis occurred after their vehicles were suddenly stranded in a flash flood in the area, along the southern section of the Dead Sea.

Stoning Attack Injures 1 Near Tekoa

The victim was treated at the scene by paramedics but did not go to a hospital for further care. Her vehicle was significantly damaged in the attack.

Gaza Terrorists Resume Rocket Attacks on Southern Israel

The Red Alert siren was activated in the Central Negev region.

First Israeli Bedouin Woman Joins Police Rescue Unit

Jaboua is part of a unit that helps hikers in the Judean Desert if they become lost or injured.

12 Terror Suspects Arrested in Judea, Samaria

Most of the arrests were made in the area of the town of Jenin, in Samaria.

Another Day, Another Battle with Terror Balloons from Gaza

In addition, a balloon attached to an improvised explosive device (IED) was discovered near Ashkelon. The Israel Police bomb squad was summoned to neutralize the explosive.

Firebombing Attack on Gush Etzion Highway

Miraculously, there were no physical injuries, despite the fact that at least one of the firebombs burst into flames on the road.

Israeli Driver Attacked South of Jerusalem on Husan Bypass Road

No physical injuries were reported in the attack, but there was damage to the vehicle from the rocks.

Update: Red Alert Siren Heard in Ashkelon Coastal Region was False Alarm

Gunfire emanating from Gaza apparently triggered the rocket alert sirens, the IDF said.

Flash Flood Season Begins in Southern Israel

Due to the weather forecast and the high risk of floods in the Dead Sea region, the Israel Nature and Parks Authority closed the Ein Gedi Nature Reserve to travelers.

Landing Patterns at Ben Gurion Airport Changed Due to Security

There has been no change in flight schedules and no significant delays are expected.

NIS 7 Million Transferred to Gaza Belt Communities

The money is being allocated for emergency preparedness and for the maintenance of routine services for residents in the communities along the Gaza border.

Yesh Atid Chairman Yair Lapid Blames Be’er Sheva Missile Attack on Netanyahu Govt

Lapid blamed the Netanyahu administration for Wednesday's devastating rocket attack in Be'er Sheva: "This is the result of a government that for nearly five years hasn't decided what its policy is [regarding Gaza]."

‘Errant’ Iranian-Backed Terror Faction Fired the Missiles, Says IDF

The group is allegedly a radical faction that once was part of Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas’s Fatah faction.

Incendiary Balloon Arrives in Ramle

The balloon and its terrorist package landed in the industrial zone close to the Nesharim interchange near Ramle.

Armenia’s Prime Minister Resigns on National TV

Pashinian said he was resigning in order to dissolve the parliament and force early elections, saying that was what was needed “to return the entire power to the people.”

Red Alert Siren Tests Conducted Tuesday, Oct. 16

If there is a real emergency, the sirens will be repeated.

Jerusalem-Tel Aviv High Speed Train Stuck in a Tunnel

Approximately 150 passengers and 5 train staff are on board.

Medicinal Herb Festival Entices Hundreds to Jerusalem

Holistic medicine is a significant component of medical care in Israel.

Israeli Hotel Named Best Hotel in Africa, Middle East by Conde Naste Traveler Magazine

The other four Israeli winners were all located in Jerusalem: the King David, the Waldorf Astoria, the David Citadel, and the Mamilla Hotels.

11 Wanted Palestinian Authority Suspects Detained

All of the suspects, residents of the Palestinian Authority, are wanted for involvement in terrorist activities and violence against Israeli civilians and security forces.

Teen Terrorist Trainee Arrested in Jerusalem

The young suspect, age 15, was set to appear before a judge in Jerusalem on Sunday.

The Cranes Have Arrived in Israel

The Crane Project helps preserve farmland from suffering damage as a result of the cranes’ voracious appetites and heavy traffic in the fields.

Quneitra Crossing to Reopen Monday

U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley warned that all parties “must abide by the 1974 agreement and keep any military forces other than UN peacekeepers out of the area.”

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