US planes resume flights to Tel Aviv

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US planes resume flights to Tel Aviv


Two days after imposing a ban on commercial flights into and out the Ben Gurion Airport, the American aviation agency allowed planes to travel to Israel again. The decision came after Secretary of State John Kerry wrapped up talks in Jerusalem and Ramallah as parts of US efforts to achieve regional support for a ceasefire. There was no immediate word on whether European airlines would follow suit. Read the report here.

Meanwhile, a photograph taken from space by a German astronaut and posted by the US space agency of how supposed Israel’s rockets toward Gaza had lit the sky is being disputed. The “saddest photo” of war which had gone viral is actually Israel’s city light at night, far from Gaza, according to The Times of Israel, which quoted a Utah Valley University professor. NASA has yet to issue a comment.

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