Morning Brief: Israel Launches Fresh Strikes On Gaza; Iran Releases First Report On Raisi’s Death, And More

Israel, which recently said that it was ready for new truce talks in the Gaza Strip, launched fresh deadly strikes in the Palestinian territory on Thursday (May 23). Two pre-dawn air strikes had killed 26 people, including 15 children, in Gaza City. Fierce fighting was also seen in Jabalia and Rafah between the Israeli military and Hamas militants....Read The Full Story Here ▶

Iran released the first report on the helicopter crash that killed President Ebrahim Raisi. The report said that the helicopter throughout its journey flew on its predetermined course and did not deviate from the flight route. The report also said that there were no suspicious issues in the conversations between the flight crew and the watchtower.

In other news from around the world, South Korea and Japan on Friday announced a series of sanctions applied to people, organisations, and vessels related to Russia’s alleged procurement of weapons from North Korea.

Israel on Thursday (May 23) launched fresh deadly strikes on the Gaza Strip while saying it was ready for new truce talks in war against terrorist organisation Hamas. Citing the Gaza Strip’s civil defence agency, the news agency AFP reported two pre-dawn air strikes had killed 26 people, including 15 children, in Gaza City.

The first investigative report on the fatal helicopter crash which led to the death of Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi and the officials who had accompanied him was released by the General Staff of Iran’s Armed Forces.

South Korea and Japan on Friday (May 24) announced a series of sanctions applied to people, organisations, and vessels related to Russia’s alleged procurement of weapons from North Korea. The sanctions came as South Korea and the United States (US) have accused North Korea of transferring weapons to Russia for use in its war in Ukraine.

In his first election rally in northern India’s Punjab state, Prime Minister Narendra Modi raised the past spectre of 1971 war with Pakistan and added that had he been the prime minister, he would have taken Kartarpur Sahib in return for the release of over 90,000 Pakistani soldiers who surrendered to Indian forces then.

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