The Israeli military later made a statement claiming it will continue to destroy Hamas and ‘hold it responsible for what is happening on the Gaza strip’
Israeli defence officials claim the strike was justifiable retaliation for incendiary balloons sent towards Israel from Gaza
As tensions rise due to the potentially explosive Jerusalem march, new PM Naftali Bennett faces his first serious governance challenge
New PM Bennett has promised to focus on ‘healing divisions’ and ‘restoring normalcy’ within Israel
CDC has noted a ‘higher than expected’ occurrence of inflammation after the second mRNA shot in younger vaccine recipients
While Taliban leadership denies responsibility for the attack, Afghan government officials say that the incident has all the hallmarks of the group’s involvement
Previously delayed due to concerns over the risk of increasing tensions during a volatile period of time in Israel, the march has now been allowed by an outgoing Netanyahu administration
The Guardian Council, a conservative-dominated unelected body, disqualified first vice-president Eshaq Jahangiri as well as hardline former President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
As a historic new coalition is engaged in efforts to form the government in Israel, incumbent Netanyahu has alleged massive election fraud
India abstained from voting on the 27th of May when the United Nations Humans Right Council proposed a resolution to set up an enquiry into violations related to Gaza. 24 countries voted for the resolution and 14 abstained. The resolution was adopted but India's abstention failed to satisfy both parties.