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Gaza Massacres Continue, IOF Starts Pulling out of Gaza

Israeli massacres against Palestinian civilians continued for the day 28th of the offensive on the besieged strip of Gaza. Meanwhile the Zionist entity announced it had begun withdrawing some troops from Gaza. Gaza Massacres Continue, IOF Starts Pulling out of Gaza Dozens of Palestinians were martyred in a fresh strike on a UN school Sunday. The strike on the school sheltering displaced Palestinians in the ...

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Iran blasts UN Security Council inaction on Gaza

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has lashed out at the UN Security Council for its failure to stop Israel’s atrocities in the besieged Gaza Strip. Addressing the ministerial meeting of the Palestine Committee of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) in Tehran on Monday, Rouhani said “the continuation of the UN Security Council’s indifference and inaction” has emboldened the Tel Aviv regime to continue its crimes a ...

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Israel to continue Gaza operations: Netanyahu

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says the Tel Aviv regime will continue its military attacks against the Gaza Strip despite increasing condemnation from people across the world. Netanyahu said in televised remarks on Saturday that the Israeli military operations against the blockaded enclave will continue as long as necessary. He stressed that the Israeli military will reassess its operations in Ga ...

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Israel war machinery kills at least 1,654 Gazans

Latest figures show the Palestinian death toll from Israel’s aerial and ground offensives against the blockaded Gaza Strip has risen to at least 1,654. This comes as Palestinian officials reported more than 150 airstrikes, including one against the Islamic University of Gaza. Several Palestinians died in the latest attacks in central and southern Gaza on Saturday. At least 19 bodies have been recovered from ...

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Israel vows to continue attacks on Gaza

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has dismissed a truce proposal endorsed by Palestinian resistance movement Hamas, saying Tel Aviv will push ahead with its attacks on the Gaza Strip. On Sunday, Netanyahu noted that Israeli operations in Gaza will continue, adding that the Israel regime will take whatever action necessary to fight the Palestinian resistance fighters. He also accused Hamas of violati ...

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Gaza death toll surpasses 1,000 as bodies recovered

The Palestinian death toll in the Gaza Strip rose to over 1,000 on Saturday amid a brief truce, as some 135 bodies were pulled from the rubble of buildings destroyed by Israeli attacks throughout the besieged coastal enclave, medics said. A Palestinian man collects belongings as he inspects a house after it was destroyed by an Israeli air strike early on July 16, 2014, in Gaza City. A Palestinian man collec ...

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Palestinian rockets reach deeper into Israel

Rockets fired by Palestinian resistance fighters from the Gaza Strip in retaliation for the Israeli regime’s military strikes against the besieged coastal sliver have reached deeper into Israel. On Sunday, rocket warning alarms went off in several Israeli cities including Betah Tekfa, Hashron and Tel Aviv. The Ezzedine al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Palestinian resistance movement, Hamas, fired fi ...

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Israel Kills Family Of 6 In Gaza, Death Toll Hits 715

A family of six, including two children, has been killed in the besieged Gaza Strip, raising the total death toll from Israel’s 17-day onslaught to 715. The six died after Israeli forces pounded an area near Khan Yunis in southern Gaza on Wednesday. The kids were among several others killed by the Israeli regime’s offensive earlier in the day. According to the United Nations, one Palestinian child has been ...

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Gaza faces food, water shortage: UN official

UN humanitarian chief Valerie Amos has expressed deep concern over shortage of food and water in the Gaza Strip as Israel continues its offensive in the besieged enclave for the 17th day. Amos said on Thursday that 44 percent of Gaza has become a no-go area for Palestinians due to Tel Aviv’s ongoing military operations, and residents were facing shortage of food. "We have over 118,000 people now who are she ...

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Greek leftists protest Gaza conflict

Greek leftist party members have taken part in a protest against Israel’s killing of innocent Palestinians in the besieged Gaza Strip. Around 2,000 protesters gathered on the streets of the Greek capital Athens on Tuesday. Demonstrators marched past the Greek parliament and the European Union offices, chanting, “Hands off Gaza.” Some of the protesters were carrying placards which read "Freedom to Palestine, ...

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