Gaza death toll: 193 killed in 24 hours, total 30,228 people killed by Israel

71,377 Palestinians injured in Israeli attacks since Oct. 7, says Gaza Health Ministry

Amnesty International calls for urgent probe into Gaza aid attack

‘There must be an urgent investigation into horrific reports that scores of Palestinians were killed & injured said Amnesty.

Death toll of children from famine at Gaza hospitals rises to 6

2 more children die at Al-Shifa Hospital from dehydration and malnutrition, says ministry spokesperson

US urges Israel to allow Ramadan prayer at Al-Aqsa

The United States calls on Israel to facilitate access to Al-Aqsa Mosque for peaceful worshippers during Ramadan, warning against inflaming tensions in the region.

Israeli Army Chief: Hezbollah must face severe consequences

‘It’s clear that the first thing we need to do is push back the enemy,’ says Herzi Halevi

UN: Gaza experiencing catastrophic levels of food insecurity

Entire population of Gaza Strip estimated to be in highest percentage of acute food insecurity ever classified, UN official warns

Somali minister urges ceasefire and halting Gaza massacre

Information Minister Daud Aweis Jama demands establishment of Palestinian state on basis of 1967 borders

Yemen’s Houthis report fresh US-UK raids amid Red Sea tensions

Airstrikes target Yemen’s coastal Al Hudayday province, according to Houthi-run media

Dutch diplomat resigns over government’s Gaza policy

‘Some civil servants in the US and Europe are taking a stand against their governments’ support for Israel’s war in Gaza,’ says Angelique Eijpe

UN urges Egypt to protect activist targeted for Sinai report

Egypt faces accusations of “smear campaign” against activist who reported on Sinai construction.

France vows support for Morocco’s Western Sahara Plan

France’s Foreign Minister visits Morocco, offering renewed support for Western Sahara autonomy plan and proposing a long-term partnership.

UAE’s floating hospital starts receiving Gaza patients

100-bed floating hospital anchored in Al-Arish Port provides crucial medical support to Palestinian patients

Ukraine confirms 31,000 soldier deaths in war with Russia

Ukraine confirms 31,000 soldier deaths, refuting inflated Russian reports. Zelenskyy acknowledges civilian casualties but lacks concrete figures.

Israeli war cabinet green lights hostage swap guidelines

Move follows talks in Paris for hostage-prisoner exchange between Israel, Hamas

US probes deadly California helicopter crash with Nigerian banker

The NTSB report reveals the flight path, wreckage, and witness accounts, but the cause remains under investigation.

Namibia urges Germany to speed up genocide reparations talks

Germany’s offer of development projects fails to satisfy Namibia’s demands for formal reparations, leading to renewed calls for action.

Spain will not sell arms to Israel

No new arms sales license was given to Israel after Oct. 7, says Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Albares

Egypt, Jordan urge truce amid Israel’s Gaza onslaught, call for aid

Sisi, Abdullah advocate for ceasefire and humanitarian assistance for war-torn enclave.

French imam combats expulsion over hate speech accusation

A legal battle ensues after a Tunisian imam’s deportation from France for alleged hate speech.

UAE delisted from FATF watchlist, Kenya and Namibia added

The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) removed the United Arab Emirates from its “grey list” while adding Kenya and Namibia due to concerns about their anti-money laundering systems.

Senegalese pilot in manslaughter conviction for Channel crossing

A Senegalese man piloting an overloaded boat in the Channel is sentenced to 9.5 years in jail for the manslaughter of four migrants who died during the crossing.

Spacecraft achieves first US moon landing in over five decades

Odysseus lander will explore lunar surface and capture high-resolution photos

Famine looming in Gaza, warns UN agency

Children, along with pregnant, breastfeeding women ‘paying the highest price,’ says UN refugee agency for Palestinians

UN stands against use of death penalty:

Public nature of Taliban’s execution of 2 people in Afghanistan is ‘particularly heinous,’ says Stephane Dujarric

Israeli assaults in Gaza lead to more than 29,400 Palestinian deaths

At least 69,465 other people injured in Israeli onslaught since Oct. 7, Health Ministry says

Biden describes Putin as ‘a crazy SOB’ during speech

‘We have a crazy SOB like that guy Putin, and others, and we always have to worry about nuclear conflict, but the existential threat to humanity is climate,’ president says

Turkey urges Gaza ceasefire, advocates two-state solution at G20 summit

Despite Turkey’s criticism of Israel for its actions in Gaza and its support for bringing Israel to trial for genocide, Turkey does not categorize Hamas, the Palestinian group governing Gaza, as a terrorist organization

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