Bulgarian athletes completely dominated and won a record 13 medals at the 39th European Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships in Baku. Boryana Kaleyn, Stiliyana Nikolova, Eva Brezalieva and the ensembles for women and girls won five gold, five silver and three bronze medals. Thus, Bulgaria finished in first place in the medal ranking, ahead of Italy and Israel.
Palestinian militants carried out a pair of attacks on Friday, killing three people and wounding at least seven as tensions soared after days of fighting at Jerusalem's most sensitive holy site. Earlier in the day, retaliatory Israeli airstrikes had hit Lebanon and the Gaza Strip, sparking fears of a broader conflict.
One tourist was killed and five were injured after a car plowed into pedestrians in Tel Aviv.
The police said that the attacker was "neutralized". Local media reported that he was an Israeli Arab. According to unconfirmed data, the dead tourist is a 30-year-old Italian. Italian and British citizens are among the victims.
BELGRADE - After a hiatus of more than three years, Air Serbia re-established direct flights between Belgrade and Tel Aviv on Thursday.
The national airline will be operating flights to Tel Aviv on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays, and four times a week from May 8, when it will also start flying to the Israeli city on Mondays.