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Israeli army warns of 'consequences' of escalating tensions after Iran captures ship off UAE coast

Tel Aviv: Israel's army has warned Iran of “consequences” of escalating the conflict in the region after Iran's Revolutionary Guards on Saturday held a container ship "related to the Zionist regime (Israel) in the Gulf," 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.

Amid threats from Iran, Israel launches massive strike on Gaza

Israel Friday launched a massive attack on Gaza amid Iran's threat to avenge a strike in Syria this month that killed two Iranian generals.

3 sons, 2 grandchildren of Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh killed in Israeli airstrike

Cairo/IBNS: Three sons of Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh were killed in an Israeli airstrike on Gaza Strip on Wednesday, media reports said.

US urges Israel to allow some Palestinians to return to Northern Gaza

Washington DC/IBNS/UNI: US President Joe Biden's administration is pushing Israel to allow some displaced Gazan civilians to return to the northern part of the enclave amid concerns about the upcoming Israeli military operation in the southern city of Rafah, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing officials.

Egypt, Jordan, France oppose Israeli military operation in Rafah

Cairo/IBNS/UNI: The foreign ministers of Egypt, Jordan and France opposed any Israeli operation in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip and called for an immediate ceasefire in the enclave, the Egyptian State Information Service said.

Israel’s statement that UNSC resolution hampered talks with Hamas inaccurate: US

Washington/IBNS/UNI: The statement by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office saying that the UN resolution on a Gaza ceasefire has emboldened Hamas to reject a compromise hostage deal proposal is "inaccurate in almost every respect," US State Department spokesperson Matthew Miller said on Tuesday.

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-Hamas War: Palestine death toll in Gaza nears 32,000

Gaza: The Palestinian death toll from the ongoing Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip has risen to 31,923, with 74,096 others wounded, the Hamas-run Health Ministry said Wednesday.

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.

Benjamin Netanyahu's actions on Gaza harming Israel more than helping it: Joe Biden

Washington DC/IBNS/UNI: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, with his actions regarding Gaza, is harming Israel more than helping it, turning the whole world against the Jewish state, US President Joe Biden said.

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.

India expresses 'deep shock' over Israeli soldiers killing civilians at Gaza aid distribution point

New Delhi/IBNS: India expressed "deep shock' over the deaths of people in Northern Gaza during the delivery of humanitarian assistance on Friday, saying "such loss of civilian lives and the humanitarian situation continue to be a cause of extreme concern".

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.

US, Arab officials trying to soften Israeli-Hamas differences

Washington/IBNS/UNI: US and Arab officials are seeking to narrow the differences between Israel and the Palestinian movement Hamas to reach an agreement to pause hostilities in Gaza and release Israeli hostages, The Wall Street Journal reported citing Egyptian officials.