Daily Archives: 5. September 2022


05.09.2022 - 15:10 [ Times of Israel ]

Netanyahu congratulates Liz Truss on succeeding Boris Johnson as UK PM

“I am sure that under your leadership the deep friendship between Britain and Israel will be further strengthened in all fields,” tweets Netanyahu.

The former prime minister also adds his thanks to outgoing PM Boris Johnson “for his valued contributions to the excellent relations between our two countries.”

05.09.2022 - 15:05 [ Middle Easr Monitor ]

Lieberman: Netanyahu ’scum of the human race‘

Lieberman, leader of the right-wing Yisrael Beiteinu Party, was asked to comment on allegations that he had offered to pay $100,000 to kill a police director.

He rejected the allegations and said this was a smear campaign orchestrated by Likud leader Netanyahu.

„It is clear that he understands that all that stands between him and being in power is Avigdor Lieberman,“ he said, pledging that „nothing will help him.“

05.09.2022 - 15:00 [ Times of Israel ]

Liberman files defamation complaint over claim he tried to arrange hit on policeman

The claims are “defamation, absolute lies, which were published with the intention of causing political damage when the political establishment is in the midst of an election campaign,” according to the complaint that was filed by Liberman’s lawyers on his behalf.

On Sunday Liberman called Likud party leader Netanyahu “the scum of the human race who knows no red lines,” for allegedly setting up the pay-for-murder accusation.

05.09.2022 - 13:03 [ DailyMail.co.uk ]

New Prime Minister LIVE: Liz Truss on course to be named next Tory leader at 12.30PM after brutal six-week battle with rival Rishi Sunak to succeed Boris Johnson

Follow updates here as the next Prime Minister is revealed as the winner of the Tory leadership contest is announced at Westminster’s Queen Elizabeth II Centre:

05.09.2022 - 12:28 [ Tagesschau.de ]

Kursverluste zum Start: Gaskrise lässt DAX einbrechen

Der DAX bricht zu Handelsauftakt auf XETRA um 1,7 Prozent auf 12.827 Punkte ein. Bereits in den ersten Handelsminuten geht es weiter deutlich abwärts, der DAX fällt unter 12.700 Punkte.

„Die Angst vor einer Lehman-artigen Krise im europäischen Energiesektor wächst“, erklärt Jochen Stanzl, Chef-Marktanalyst CMC Markets.