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Truce calls mount on Israel-Hamas conflicts, no deaths reported

Cross-border fighting between Israel and Hamas appears to have slowed slightly early Tuesday, with no deaths recorded

Two senior medical doctors killed in Israel attack at Gaza

Medical workers and health organizations announced the killing of two senior doctors - a neurologist and the head of internal medicine at the largest hospital in Gaza.

US President tremble full of plans

A British prime minister, Harold Macmillan of the 1950s and '60s, was allegedly asked what made his job the most difficult, to which he replied:' Events, my dear son, events. 'This reflects his boss from the war, Winston Churchill, who once said he was ruling against' the opposition of events'.

Palestinians mourn loved ones killed in Israeli air raids at Gaza

Gaza City - When Mohammad Saad learned that an Israeli airstrike had killed his cousin Reema Saad, he sated the news hit the family "like a bolt of thunderball".

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Senior Jordanian leader accuses crown prince for “malicious plot”

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$210 million government aid to Israeli airlines

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Gaza death toll jumps to 83 as Israeli air raids increases

Israeli warplanes attacked tall buildings and other targets in the Gaza Strip when Palestinians woke up in the besieged enclave on Thursday

Israel: Night of heaving bombing continued on Wednesday morning

A night of heavy bombing on the Gaza Strip continued on Wednesday morning when Israeli forces launched intensive raids at various besieged coastal areas.

24 Palestinians killed in Israeli airstrike on the Gaza Strip

As per the Palestinian Ministry of Health, at least 24 Palestinians were killed in Israeli airstrikes on the besieged Gaza Strip.

Algeria decides to ban unauthorised protests

The country's Interior Ministry has banned Algeria from carrying out unauthorized protests, a move that observers say is aimed at ending a protests.

US Military aid to Israel works as a sacred cow

For decades, U.S. military aid to Israel has been a sacred cow, with Republicans and Democrats in the United States protecting it from criticism

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Truce calls mount on Israel-Hamas conflicts, no deaths reported

Cross-border fighting between Israel and Hamas appears to have slowed slightly early Tuesday, with no deaths recorded

Two senior medical doctors killed in Israel attack at Gaza

Medical workers and health organizations announced the killing of two senior doctors - a neurologist and the head of internal medicine at the largest hospital in Gaza.

Palestinians mourn loved ones killed in Israeli air raids at Gaza

Gaza City - When Mohammad Saad learned that an Israeli airstrike had killed his cousin Reema Saad, he sated the news hit the family "like a bolt of thunderball".

Gaza death toll jumps to 83 as Israeli air raids increases

Israeli warplanes attacked tall buildings and other targets in the Gaza Strip when Palestinians woke up in the besieged enclave on Thursday

Israel: Night of heaving bombing continued on Wednesday morning

A night of heavy bombing on the Gaza Strip continued on Wednesday morning when Israeli forces launched intensive raids at various besieged coastal areas.
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Morocco’s Islamist group denounces “Normalizing” ties with Israel

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Truce calls mount on Israel-Hamas conflicts, no deaths reported

Cross-border fighting between Israel and Hamas appears to have slowed slightly early Tuesday, with no deaths recorded

Two senior medical doctors killed in Israel attack at Gaza

Medical workers and health organizations announced the killing of two senior doctors - a neurologist and the head of internal medicine at the largest hospital in Gaza.

US President tremble full of plans

A British prime minister, Harold Macmillan of the 1950s and '60s, was allegedly asked what made his job the most difficult, to which he replied:' Events, my dear son, events. 'This reflects his boss from the war, Winston Churchill, who once said he was ruling against' the opposition of events'.

Palestinians mourn loved ones killed in Israeli air raids at Gaza

Gaza City - When Mohammad Saad learned that an Israeli airstrike had killed his cousin Reema Saad, he sated the news hit the family "like a bolt of thunderball".

Israel: Night of heaving bombing continued on Wednesday morning

A night of heavy bombing on the Gaza Strip continued on Wednesday morning when Israeli forces launched intensive raids at various besieged coastal areas.

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Truce calls mount on Israel-Hamas conflicts, no deaths reported

Cross-border fighting between Israel and Hamas appears to have slowed slightly early Tuesday, with no deaths recorded

Two senior medical doctors killed in Israel attack at Gaza

Medical workers and health organizations announced the killing of two senior doctors - a neurologist and the head of internal medicine at the largest hospital in Gaza.

Palestinians mourn loved ones killed in Israeli air raids at Gaza

Gaza City - When Mohammad Saad learned that an Israeli airstrike had killed his cousin Reema Saad, he sated the news hit the family "like a bolt of thunderball".

Gaza death toll jumps to 83 as Israeli air raids increases

Israeli warplanes attacked tall buildings and other targets in the Gaza Strip when Palestinians woke up in the besieged enclave on Thursday

Israel: Night of heaving bombing continued on Wednesday morning

A night of heavy bombing on the Gaza Strip continued on Wednesday morning when Israeli forces launched intensive raids at various besieged coastal areas.

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Truce calls mount on Israel-Hamas conflicts, no deaths reported

Cross-border fighting between Israel and Hamas appears to have slowed slightly early Tuesday, with no deaths recorded

Palestinians mourn loved ones killed in Israeli air raids at Gaza

Gaza City - When Mohammad Saad learned that an Israeli airstrike had killed his cousin Reema Saad, he sated the news hit the family "like a bolt of thunderball".

24 Palestinians killed in Israeli airstrike on the Gaza Strip

As per the Palestinian Ministry of Health, at least 24 Palestinians were killed in Israeli airstrikes on the besieged Gaza Strip.

Algeria decides to ban unauthorised protests

The country's Interior Ministry has banned Algeria from carrying out unauthorized protests, a move that observers say is aimed at ending a protests.

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President Biden recognises century-old massacres against Armenians as ‘genocide’

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