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Gazans on tenterhooks awaiting news of ceasefire call

Amid growing international calls for restraint from Israel in Gaza and reports on Wednesday of further deadly strikes overnight, UN humanitarians underscored the ongoing devastating impact of the war and the need to ensure reliable aid supply lines to people in desperate need in the enclave.

Amid campus crackdowns, Gaza war triggers freedom of expression crisis

Across the United States, “heads are rolling” at the top of some Ivy League universities amid a campus-wide crackdown on students protesting Israel’s war in Gaza, shining a spotlight on the question of freedom of expression worldwide, said UN Special Rapporteur Irene Khan.

Israel launches airstrikes on Gaza in response to rockets' firing: military

Jerusalem/Xinhua/UNI: Israel's military said on Sunday that it had carried out airstrikes in the Gaza Strip, hours after three rockets were fired by militants in the besieged enclave.

Gaza militants shoot down Israeli army drone: sources

Gaza/Xinhua/UNI Militants in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip shot down on Sunday a drone that belongs to the Israeli army, Palestinian security sources in Gaza said.

Hundreds of wounded Gaza protesters risk limb amputation without immediate help, warns top UN official

New York, May 9 (IBNS): Millions of dollars in emergency funding is needed in Gaza to save the shattered limbs of some 1,700 people who have been seriously injured in demonstrations against Israel along the border fence, a top UN humanitarian official said on Wednesday.

UN expert denounces killing of more Palestinian protesters, as ‘affront to human rights’

New York, Oct 2 (IBNS): As protests continue at the Gaza border fence against Israeli policies, so does the killing and wounding of Palestinian protesters, including children, by the Israeli security forces, said a UN independent human rights expert on Tuesday. With the death toll rising, the UN Special Rapporteur who monitors the human rights situation in the Palestinian territory, denounced the violence as an “ongoing affront to human rights and human dignity”.

Gaza clash: Turkey lends support to Palestinians, to treat injured people

Ankara, May 15 (IBNS): Lending support to Palestine, Turkey's Health Ministry has said that the latter's nation will treat those injured by Israel forces during Monday's clash.