Israel: Over 760 Palestinians killed, 4,000 injured in Israeli attacks on Gaza: health ministry

New Delhi: In Israeli air strikes, at least 770 Palestinians have lost their lives and 4,000 were injured since Saturday, Gaza‘s Health Ministry said on Tuesday.The ministry further added that another 18 people were killed and 100 injured in the West Bank since Saturday, according to Reuters.Earlier today, Israel said it had reclaimed control of…

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Israel Hamas Conflict News: Hamas outmaneuvered Israel’s surveillance prowess by going dark | World News

Facing one of the most sophisticated surveillance states on the planet, Hamas simply went dark. Also See: Israel Palestine War News LiveThe militant group’s attack on Saturday caught Israel’s national security apparatus completely off guard — a shocking fact given the scope of the incursion, which included attacks by sea, air and land, and pushed…

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Hamas-Israel conflict: ‘In China, social media is bursting with support for Palestine’

Amid the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas, Chinese social media users have come out in support of Palestine. On Weibo, which boasts nearly 600 million users, a wave of antisemitism and anger towards Israel has emerged, the Business Insider reported quoting posts on Weibo. While Weibo is heavily moderated and may not accurately represent…

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Fauda’s Israeli TV actor Lior Raz joins Brothers in Arms, witnesses terrorist missile launches while extracting families

Lior Raz, an Israeli actor, volunteered to join the Brothers in Arms, a group fighting with Israel in the ongoing war against Hamas and even witnessed terrorist missile launches. Lior is best known for his work in the popular TV series Fauda, but he has previously worked with the Israel Defence Forces (IDF). Lior posted…

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Munmun Dutta: Taarak Mehta’s Munmun Dutta reveals she was supposed to go to Israel; says “My tickets were booked but…” |

Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’s Babita aka Munmun Dutta recently took to her Instagram handle and shared a shuddering experience. She shared how she was supposed to be in Israel right now, however, her shoot was extended and she had to postpone her ticketswhich were already booked. She shared the pic of her passport which…

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Israel taking ‘significant military steps’ in response to Hamas attack: Key developments

NEW DELHI: Even as the death toll in Israel continued to rise past 800 on Monday, hundreds of Israeli families remained in a state of anguish, desperately looking for loved ones who have been missing since Hamas‘s unprecedented attack.Israel formally declared war on Sunday and gave the green light for “significant military steps” to retaliate…

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Music Festival: ‘There was no place to hide’: How desert music festival turned into graveyard after Hamas assault

NEW DELHI: A music festival in Israel turned horrific for Israeli revelers as rockets began to hit the event on Sunday morning. As many as 260 bodies were found after the carnage by Hamas, CNN reported. Israel Airstrike Tragedy: Gaza woman loses her three children under the rubble | #hamasattack It is being described as…

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‘We’ve to go in’: What Israel PM Netanyahu told President Biden after unprecedented Hamas assault

NEW DELHI: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told US President Biden on Sunday that he doesn’t have any choice but to unleash a ground operation in Gaza, Axios has reported quoting sources.The two leaders spoke on the phone and discussed the ongoing conflict with Hamas, which got escalated after the Palestine-based militants launched a multi-front…

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From US to India, many airlines suspend flights to Israel after Hamas attack

From India to US, several major international airlines have halted or limited flight services to and from Tel Aviv following a surprise attack by Hamas militants on Israel over the weekend. These airlines have stated that they are waiting for safety conditions to improve before resuming services. However, Israel’s national carrier, El Al, has increased…

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