Gaza ceasefire talks end with no breakthrough as Ramadan deadline looms

Gaza ceasefire talks end with no breakthrough as Ramadan deadline looms

  • Israel has declined to comment publicly on the talks in Cairo
By Reuters ·

Update Ships entering Yemeni waters must obtain permit, Houthi minister says

Ships entering Yemeni waters must obtain permit, Houthi minister says

  • Yemen’s Houthis hit container vessel in Gulf of Aden with missile, US CENTCOM says
  • 4 Red Sea communication cables cut as Houthis launch more attacks in the vital waterway
By Reuters ·

Turkiye detains 7 suspected of spying for Israel

Turkiye detains 7 suspected of spying for Israel

  • Suspects had passed on information to Mossad for money, according to officials
By AFP ·

World Health Organization: child malnutrition ‘particularly extreme’ in north Gaza

World Health Organization: child malnutrition ‘particularly extreme’ in north Gaza

  • One-in-six children acutely malnourished in northern Gaza, WHO says
  • Infectious diseases posing an increasing risk among Gaza’s children
By Reuters ·

US cargo planes airdrop more aid for Gaza: military

US cargo planes airdrop more aid for Gaza: military

  • “US Central Command and the Royal Jordanian Air Force conducted a combined humanitarian assistance airdrop into Northern Gaza on March 5, 2024,” the military command said
  • The US began airdropping aid on Saturday into Gaza
By AFP ·

Russian ‘disinformation’ campaign on US immigration woes find way into American voter platforms

Russian ‘disinformation’ campaign on US immigration woes find way into American voter platforms

  • Disinformation is worse on X and TikTok, given their lack of controls, says Logically, a tech company that tracks disinformation campaigns
  • Russia and other disinformation spreaders also use encrypted messaging sites or websites that masquerade as legitimate news outlets
By AP ·

Russian ‘disinformation’ campaign on US immigration woes find way into American voter platforms

Russian ‘disinformation’ campaign on US immigration woes find way into American voter platforms

  • Disinformation is worse on X and TikTok, given their lack of controls, says Logically, a tech company that tracks disinformation campaigns
  • Russia and other disinformation spreaders also use encrypted messaging sites or websites that masquerade as legitimate news outlets
By AP ·