Gaza Wakes Up To Rare Day Of Relative Calm As Israel’s ‘Tactical Pause’ Begins

Gaza saw its first day of relative calm in months Sunday, after Israel’s military said it would “pause” fighting daily around a southern route to facilitate aid flows, following repeated UN warnings of famine in the Palestinian territory. “Compared with the previous days, today, the first day of Eid al-Adha, is considered near calm and … Read more

‘Armed Cells’ In Golan After ‘Security Zones’ In Galilee: Hezbollah Raises Stakes In Israel War?

Israel and the Lebanese armed group Hezbollah have been ramping up cross-border attacks after months of low-intensity fighting, prompting both sides to double down on war rhetoric. This has stoked fears of a full-scale conflict in a region already battling to contain a devastating war in the besieged territory of Gaza. What could make matters … Read more

Houthi “Direct Hits” On 3 Ships In A Day, Russia Slams US-UK “Pointless” Strikes On Yemen | Red Sea

Yemen’s Houthi militants struck a Palau-flagged cargo ship in the Gulf of Aden on June 13. The Iran-aligned group’s military spokesman Yahya Sarea also confirmed the hit. According to US Central Command, the Houthi strike on Verbena sparked a fire and injured one of her crew members. While the crew fought the fire, an aircraft … Read more

Day After Deadly Ramallah Raid, IDF Kills 6 Palestinians In West Bank’s Jenin, Says 4 Were Armed

Israeli forces killed six Palestinians in the occupied West Bank on June 11 the Palestinian Health Ministry said. Israeli military said its forces engaged in intensive clashes with gunmen during a counter-terrorism operation in West Bank town near JeninThe Israeli military said four of the dead were armed militants, killed in an exchange of fire … Read more

NATO Nation Slovenia’s Big Move, Recognizes Palestinian State As U.S., Germany & France Oppose

Published on Jun 05, 2024 11:52 AM IST Slovenia, a European country, became the fourth after Norway, Ireland, and Spain to acknowledge Palestine as an independent state. Slovenian parliament approved the move with 52 votes in favour in a 90-member house on June 4. Prime Minister Robert Golob stated, “Today’s recognition of Palestine as a … Read more

Oxfam Warns Of “Appalling Conditions” In Gaza

More than one million people have fled Rafah, said UNRWA (File) Paris: Palestinians displaced by the Gaza war are living in “appalling” conditions, with children sometimes going for a whole day without food and thousands sharing the same toilet, Oxfam warned on Tuesday. Deadly Israeli bombardment and fighting have raged in the Gaza Strip’s far-southern … Read more

Israel Counters ‘All Eyes on Rafah’ with ‘Where Were Your Eyes on October 7’ 

Israel has responded to the viral “All Eyes on Rafah” social media campaign against its weekend air strike on the Gazan city with a question for those who participated: “Where were your eyes on October 7?” The question is framed against a picture depicting an armed Hamas militant standing before an infant who is seated … Read more

Israel-Hamas war: The aftermath of destruction in Rafah in pics

In the recent events near the southern Gaza city of Rafah, Israeli shelling and airstrikes claimed the lives of at least 37 individuals. Mourners express their grief beside the bodies of Palestinians who lost their lives in an Israeli attack on a designated area for displaced individuals, as they gather for the funeral in Rafah, … Read more

Why ‘All Eyes On Rafah’ Trending And Why US Refused To Criticize Israel’s Action? | World News

Israel has been making advances in Palestine’s Rafah. The Rafah region shot into the news once again on Tuesday after dozens of people died in a fresh attack, allegedly carried out by Israel. This happened two days after 45 people died in another airstrike, that Palestine claimed to be carried out by Israel. Israeli tanks … Read more

Gaza Aid Shipments Halted After Damage To US Military Pier

The damage is the latest setback to the pier, which opened two weeks ago. Washington: The US military has suspended aid deliveries into the Gaza Strip by sea, the Pentagon said on Tuesday, after its temporary pier was damaged by bad weather. Deputy Pentagon Press Secretary Sabrina Singh told reporters high seas and a North … Read more