Israeli forces step up bombardment across Gaza, amid fierce fighting

Israeli forces step up bombardment across Gaza, amid fierce fighting

  • Tanks forcing their way into the western and northern parts of the city, having already captured the east, south and center.
  • Residents said the Israelis appeared to by trying to complete their capture of Rafah
By Reuters ·

Israel ‘pause’ in Gaza had no impact on aid supplies: WHO

Israel ‘pause’ in Gaza had no impact on aid supplies: WHO

  • The Israeli military had over the weekend announced a daily humanitarian “pause” in fighting on a key road in eastern Rafah
  • World Food Programme has warned that a massive public health crisis is looming in Gaza due to the lack of clean water, food and medical supplies
By AFP ·

Armenia recognizes Palestine as a state, says Armenian Foreign Ministry

Armenia recognizes Palestine as a state, says Armenian Foreign Ministry

By AFP ·

Pilgrims explore museums in Madinah

Pilgrims explore museums in Madinah

  • The exhibition showcases Islamic monuments and cultural landmarks using modern technologies
By SPA ·

UN chief warns: Lebanon cannot become another Gaza

UN chief warns: Lebanon cannot become another Gaza

  • “Let’s be clear: The people of the region and the people of the world cannot afford Lebanon to become another Gaza,” Guterres said
  • Iran’s mission to the United Nations said on Friday that Hezbollah has the capability to defend itself and Lebanon against Israel
By Reuters ·

Ukraine claims three oil refinery strikes inside Russia as Moscow says naval attack thwarted

Ukraine claims three oil refinery strikes inside Russia as Moscow says naval attack thwarted

  • Russia said its air defenses shot down scores of drones, including a half dozen it said were launching a naval attack in the Black Sea
  • SBU drones struck oil refineries in the Russian locations of Afipsky, Ilsky, and Krasnodar, which supply fuel for ships in Russia’s Black Sea Fleet
By AP ·

UK journalist Winnett will not join Washington Post as editor following backlash with staff

UK journalist Winnett will not join Washington Post as editor following backlash with staff

  • Robert Winnett is accused of using unethical methods to obtain information
  • Winnet’s candidacy faced criticism from Post staff who scrutinized his past
By Reuters ·

UK journalist Winnett will not join Washington Post as editor following backlash with staff

UK journalist Winnett will not join Washington Post as editor following backlash with staff

  • Robert Winnett is accused of using unethical methods to obtain information
  • Winnet’s candidacy faced criticism from Post staff who scrutinized his past
By Reuters ·