The government did not say who was behind the attempted attack, but some Telegram channels affiliated with Iran’s Revolutionary Guards pointed the finger at Israel.
Thulani Maseko, who had pushed for years to end Africa’s last absolute monarchy, in Eswatini, formerly Swaziland, was killed in front of his wife and two young children.
Petr Pavel, a political novice, defeated Andrej Babis, a populist business tycoon and former prime minister, in the first of several important European elections this year.
Israel and the West Bank were gripped by violence this week. Its roots predate Israel’s new far-right government, but the government’s ministers and goals are fueling tensions.
Flybe, once the largest independent regional airline in Europe, canceled all flights on Saturday. A new owner failed to save the carrier, which was already struggling when the pandemic hit.
While the heaviest fighting is still around the city of Bakhmut, in recent days Russian forces have stepped up assaults on a strategic town farther to the south.
The device, part of a sensor used in mining, is believed to have fallen off the back of a truck while in transit.
Local concoctions are challenging the country’s conservative attitude toward alcohol, along with the country’s often stultifying bureaucracy.
Two Israelis were shot and injured on Saturday in East Jerusalem, the day after an attack outside a synagogue elsewhere in the city killed seven people.
Americans once again protested after another recorded instance of police brutality.
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