Türkiye and Qatar heap scorn on Israel following its air strikes on Palestine's blockaded enclave that left at least 10 civilians dead and 75 others wounded, raising tensions in the explosive Mideast region.
Israel has unleashed airstrikes on Gaza, reportedly killing a senior Islamic Jihad member and several Palestinian civilians.
Gaza’s Nusseirat power plant is in danger of shutting down as Israel’s latest border closure on the impoverished enclave halts deliveries of diesel.
Israeli army detains 23 people as part of its arrest campaigns across the occupied West Bank.
Around 100 Palestinians were forced to flee Ras At Teen area near occupied Ramallah city last month, UN reports, blaming Israel's "coercive measures", settler violence and demolitions of shelters for displacements.
At least 53 Palestinians have been killed since late March, mostly in the occupied West Bank including Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh who was covering an Israeli raid in Jenin.
The Chinese mission to the UN urged the body to work with the Arab League and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation to bring about broader and more effective efforts to promote peace in the region.
The family said it was calling for the United States to launch its own "thorough, credible independent and transparent investigation" into Abu Akleh's murder.
New settlement plans not only harm Israel's relations with the US but harm Israeli interests and prospects for peace in Jerusalem, says Israeli NGO.
At least five civilians were injured by rubber bullets and dozens of others suffered suffocation due to tear gas shelling by the Israeli forces.
Witnesses say Israeli forces stormed the old city and surrounded a house, using live bullets and tear gas canisters against the Palestinians.
The ruling addressed Israel's 2008 Citizenship Law and sparked criticism from human rights groups who called it discriminatory.
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