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  1. Israel and Egypt have reaffirmed their commitment to upholding their peace treaty and security coordination, after an Egyptian policeman infiltrated the Egyptian-Israeli border and killed three Israel Defense Forces soldiers on Saturday, the Times of Israel (TOI) reports.
  2. A federal judge on Tuesday temporarily blocked Florida’s ban on gender-transition treatment for minor children, blasting “bigotry” against transgender individuals and overriding concerns about the long-term medical risks from the use of off-label drugs.
  3. House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) is threatening FBI Director Christopher Wray with a charge of contempt of Congress.
  4. In a suburb of Tel Aviv, a group of choristers were getting ready for the moment they will rejoice at the reconstruction of the Jewish temple some 2,000 years after its destruction, which they believe will accelerate the arrival of the messiah.
  5. Prompting outrage from Israel and the United States, Iran was last week elected to two leadership roles in the United Nations, including as rapporteur to the committee responsible for disarmament and international security, Algemeiner reports. The second position to which Iran was elected on Thursday last week is that of a Vice President of the UN General Assembly.
  6. Ukraine has accused Russia of blowing up a massive dam on the Dnipro River, forcing thousands of people to flee catastrophic flooding. Moscow denies responsibility for the disaster in the Russian-occupied Kherson area in southern Ukraine, but Kyiv wants the United Nations to intervene.
  7. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, who critics have condemned for his perceived authoritarian style, has reappointed an internationally respected former banker as finance minister to help tackle a massive economic crisis.
  8. Moscow claimed Monday that it prevented a Ukrainian counter-offensive by killing 250 Ukrainian troops amid concerns in the West that its weapons were used against Russia.
  9. Iran unveiled its first hypersonic missile on Tuesday, a weapon it says can reach Israel, Tehran’s sworn arch-enemy, in 400 seconds, the Jerusalem Post reports.
  10. The alleged attack by the Israeli Air Force in Aleppo, Syria in the beginning of May targeted sites belonging to a secret Iranian unit operating in Syria, according to media reports in Saudi Arabia on Monday evening.