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Iran, Israel seem to pull back from engaging in border conflict after US approves military aid to Jerusalem

Iran and Israel have decided to step back from engaging in broader conflict as lawmakers in the United States approved new Israeli military aid on Saturday despite growing criticism of its ally over the continuing war in Gaza, media reports said.

17 Indians among crew on ship captured by Iran off UAE cost amid escalating tensions

Among the 25 crew members on the container ship captured by Iran's Revolutionary Guards off the coast of the UAE on Saturday, 17 are Indian nationals, media reports said.

UN Security Council adopts resolution demanding ceasefire in Gaza for first time

The United Nations Security Council Monday adopted a resolution that demands an immediate cease-fire in Gaza for the holy month of Ramadan.

Israel says 50 Hamas militants killed, 180 arrested at key Gaza hospital

Jerusalem/IBNS/UNI: The Israeli military Tuesday said that it had killed over 50 Hamas militants and apprehended almost 180 others during its new round of operations at the Al-Shifa Hospital in Gaza City.

Israeli strike on Rafah kills 11, leaves 50 injured - Gaza Health Ministry

Cairo: Eleven people have been killed and some 50 injured in an Israeli strike outside El Emirati maternity hospital in the city of Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip, the enclave's Health Ministry said on Saturday.

UN chief appalled by ‘tragic human toll’ of ongoing Gaza war

The UN Secretary-General said on Thursday he was “appalled by the tragic human toll of the conflict in Gaza” where more than 30,000 people have now reportedly been killed and over 70,000 injured.

Israel's military opens fire at Gaza aid distribution point, kills 104

Israeli forces Thursday opened fresh fire on a crowd of Palestinians at an aid distribution point in the war-torn Gaza Strip, killing at least 104 people and wounding over 700 according to Palestinian health officials.

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu unveils plan for post-war Gaza

Jerusalem/IBNS/UNI: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has unveiled his post-war strategy for Gaza, the first since the Israel-Hamas conflict broke out in October last year, involving a continuous military presence in the Palestinian enclave, and the replacement of Hamas, his office said in a statement on Friday.

Houthi rebels strike US cargo vessel with anti-ship ballistic missile in south of Red Sea

Houthi rebels in Yemen hit a US cargo vessel with a missile, said the US military, raising concerns for the unstable region amid the series of attacks on vessels passing through the Red Sea region by the militant group since the Israel-Hamas War started on October 7.

Israel won't follow court order on Gaza ceasefire: Benjamin Netanyahu

Tel Aviv: Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared in a bold statement on Saturday that the country will continue its campaign against Hamas until it achieves victory on the Palestinian militant group, underscoring that no external entities, including the World Court, can stop its counter-offensive, media reports said.

Israel 'dismantles' Hamas command hub in north Gaza, will focus on south now

Jerusalem/IBNS: The Israel Defence Forces Saturday said it had "completed the dismantling" of Hamas's command structure in the northern Gaza Strip.

187 Palestinians killed in past 24 hours as Israeli army advances southward

Gaza/IBNS/UNI: At least 187 Palestinians were killed and 312 others were wounded in Israeli air and ground attacks on the Gaza Strip during the past 24 hours, said the Health Ministry on Friday.

University of Pennsylvania president Elizabeth Magill resigns amid antisemitic controversy

Philadelphia (US): The president of the University of Pennsylvania Elizabeth Magill resigned after her remarks on antisemitism during a congressional hearing on campus sparked outrage.

Israel plans to end operations in southern Gaza’s Khan Yunis in 3-4 weeks

Jerusalem: Military operations by the Israeli army in the southern Gaza Strip's largest city of Khan Yunis might end in three to four weeks, Axios reported, citing a senior Israeli defense official.

Israel calls back negotiators from Qatar after hostage talks hit impasse

Gaza: Israel and Hamas rejected international appeals to extend an expired ceasefire on Saturday, with Gaza being subjected to air strikes while Palestinian groups fired numerous rockets, AFP reported.