The Palestinian resistance movement Hamas said that fresh Israeli airstrikes on Gaza Strip are an attempt by the Israeli regime to divert attentions from the successful escape of Palestinian inmates from its high-security prison.
The biggest trial in France’s modern history began yesterday with 20 suspects accused of attacks in Paris that saw 130 people killed in November 2015, an expected nine months of hearings set to reopen still raw wounds.
Human Rights Watch accused the Israeli military of carrying out attacks on non-military Palestinian targets that “apparently amount to war crimes” during an 11-day offensive on the Gaza Strip that began on May 10.
Syria’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Bassam Sabbagh said the Israeli regime’s repeated attacks against his country’s territory, sovereignty and independence threaten regional stability as well as international peace and security.
Iraq’s Kata’ib Hezbollah said the “the American-Saudi-Israeli alliance” is responsible for recent Daesh attacks, warning that the Iraqi resistance group and fellow fighters will target the main source of Takfiri violence.
An Afghan journalist and human rights activist was shot and killed on Friday by unidentified gunmen in western Afghanistan, the fifth journalist to be killed in the war-ravaged country in the past two months, a provincial spokesman said.
Israeli warplanes conducted fresh airstrikes against the besieged Gaza Strip, targeting several localities in the impoverished Palestinian enclave and injuring two people and causing damage, Palestinian media reported.