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UK,US, alliance member countries conduct strikes against Houthi targets in Yemen

In response to the Houthis' continued attacks against commercial and naval vessels transiting the Red Sea and surrounding waterways, the militaries of the United States and United Kingdom, with support from Australia, Bahrain, Canada, Denmark, the Netherlands, and New Zealand, conducted an additional round of strikes against several targets in Houthi-controlled areas of Yemen on Saturday (February 23, 2024).

US and its allies conduct strikes against 18 Houthi targets in Yemen

Washington/IBNS/UNI: The United States and its allies, including Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom, have carried out strikes against Yemen's Houthi rebels, hitting 18 military targets of the movement, the US Defence Department said on Sunday.

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.

Two police officers and paramedic die in US shooting

Two police officers and a fire department paramedic were shot and killed at a home on Sunday morning in Burnsville, near Minneapolis, the capital city of the U.S. state of Minnesota.

US develops programme capable of detecting hypersonic missiles with satellites

The US Space Development Agency (SDA) and California-based EpiSci company are developing a software tool to detect hypersonic missiles in low Earth orbit using satellite data, media reported.

Ex-YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki's son Marco Troper,19, found dead

Marco Troper, 19, son of former YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki, was found dead inside the dormitory of the University of California, Berkeley, media reports said.

Houthis launch 3 missiles towards Danish merchant ship in Red Sea, says US command

Washington/IBNS/UNI: Four anti-ship missiles were fired from areas controlled by the Ansar Allah movement, also known as the Houthis, in Yemen, with at least three of them targeting Danish merchant ship MT Pollux in the Red Sea, the US Central Command (CENTCOM) said on Saturday.

U.S. Colorado campus shooting leaves two dead

Two were killed in a shooting at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS) on Friday.

White House voices concern over rigging allegation in Pakistan general polls

The White House has expressed concerns over the allegations that the recently held national polls in Pakistan were not performed in a free and fair manner.

Indian-origin techie identified as key suspect in US family murder-suicide case

An Indian-origin techie has been identified as the suspect behind the killing of his wife and four-year-old twins before turning the gun on himself in the US state of California, police said on Friday.

One die, 22 hurt in mass shooting during US Super Bowl parade

At least one person died and 21 others were injured in a shooting incident during the Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl victory parade in Kansas City in the USA on Wednesday.

US House Select Committee on the Chinese Communist Party Chairman Mike Gallagher to visit Taiwan

The US House Select Committee on the Chinese Communist Party Chairman Mike Gallagher and a delegation of lawmakers will visit Taiwan on February 21 in a show of the United States’ support for the island after the elections, the Financial Times reported on Tuesday, citing three people familiar with his plan.

CIA, Mossad directors to hold talks on Hamas hostage deal in Cairo

London: US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Director William Burns and the head of the Israeli Secret Intelligence Service (Mossad), David Barnea, may hold a meeting in Cairo on Tuesday to resume negotiations on an agreement between Israel and Hamas to cease hostilities and secure the release of hostages, the Financial Times newspaper reported on Tuesday, citing sources.

Minor boy, man hurt in US church shooting

At least two people, including a five-year-old boy child, were injured after a shooting incident at Joel Osteen's Lakewood Church in southwest Houston on Sunday, media reports said.

Six feared dead in California helicopter crash

Sacramento/IBNS/UNI: A helicopter carrying six people crashed in California, near Nevada border, with the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department saying on Saturday that no survivors were found.