Israeli Army's Raids in West Bank's Jenin Kills 10, Wounds 25

Graffiti on walls in Dublin saying “Victory for Palestine” after Ireland announced on Wednesday that it would recognize the Palestinian state (Reuters)
Graffiti on walls in Dublin saying “Victory for Palestine” after Ireland announced on Wednesday that it would recognize the Palestinian state (Reuters)
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Israeli Army's Raids in West Bank's Jenin Kills 10, Wounds 25

Graffiti on walls in Dublin saying “Victory for Palestine” after Ireland announced on Wednesday that it would recognize the Palestinian state (Reuters)
Graffiti on walls in Dublin saying “Victory for Palestine” after Ireland announced on Wednesday that it would recognize the Palestinian state (Reuters)

Israeli forces killed 10 Palestinians and wounded 25 others in the occupied West Bank city of Jenin since Tuesday morning, the Palestinian health ministry said late on Wednesday.
Israeli forces raided Jenin on Tuesday, killing eight Palestinians, including a doctor and a teenager, during a major operation that involved dozens of vehicles and continued into the night, witnesses and Palestinian health authorities said.
Two others were killed on Wednesday bringing the number of those who were killed in Jenin to ten and the total death toll to 516 in the West Bank since October 7, the health ministry added, Reuters reported.
Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammed Mustafa warned in a statement on Wednesday of the dangers of "Israeli military escalation and settlers attacks in the West Bank".
The occupied West Bank, which Palestinians want as the core of a future independent state along with Gaza, has seen a surge in violence since the start of the war in Gaza last year, and a major crackdown by Israeli security forces which have made thousands of arrests.



US Military Says it Destroyed Three Houthi Vessels in Red Sea

A Sea Viper missile is launched from HMS Diamond targeting a projectile fired by the Iranian-backed Houthis from Yemen, Wednesday, April 24, 2024. (AP Photo)
A Sea Viper missile is launched from HMS Diamond targeting a projectile fired by the Iranian-backed Houthis from Yemen, Wednesday, April 24, 2024. (AP Photo)
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US Military Says it Destroyed Three Houthi Vessels in Red Sea

A Sea Viper missile is launched from HMS Diamond targeting a projectile fired by the Iranian-backed Houthis from Yemen, Wednesday, April 24, 2024. (AP Photo)
A Sea Viper missile is launched from HMS Diamond targeting a projectile fired by the Iranian-backed Houthis from Yemen, Wednesday, April 24, 2024. (AP Photo)

US forces destroyed three Iranian-backed Houthi uncrewed surface vessels in the Red Sea in the past 24 hours, the US Central Command (CENTCOM) said on Saturday.
Separately, the Houthis launched three anti-ship ballistic missiles into the Gulf of Aden but there were no injuries or significant damage reported by US, coalition, or merchant vessels, CENTCOM added.
The US military's Central Command also dismissed as "categorically false" recent claims about a successful attack by Houthi forces on the aircraft carrier Dwight D. Eisenhower, reported Reuters.