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Israeli strikes continue in Gaza as UN Security Council demands 'urgent' aid

The U.N. Security Council on Friday demanded aid be rushed to Gaza "at scale" as the head of the World Health Organization warned of a looming famine in the besieged Palestinian territory.

As Israeli bombs rained down on targets across Gaza, members of the U.N.'s top peacemaking council demanded "immediate, safe and unhindered" deliveries of life-saving aid.

Israel bombs Gaza as rift with US grows

Israel bombed Gaza on Thursday as a top White House advisor was due to arrive in Jerusalem with a rift growing over U.S. calls for its ally to exercise restraint.

The war has left besieged Gaza in ruins, killing more than 18,600 people, mostly women and children, according to the Hamas-run health ministry, and devastating homes, roads, schools and hospitals.

Javier Milei Sworn in as Argentina's New President, Vows Radical Reforms

Javier Milei sworn in as Argentina's new president on Sunday, sealing the ascent of a political newcomer who gained popularity by calling for economic reforms, CNN reported.

Milei is an economist and former political commentator who, during his election campaign, spoke about his intent to slash spending, according to CNN report.

Israel strikes Gaza after US vetoes UN ceasefire bid

Israel intensified its strikes in Gaza on Saturday after the United States blocked an extraordinary UN bid to call for a ceasefire in the two-month war.

Hamas and the Palestinian Authority swiftly condemned the US veto as the Hamas-run health ministry put the latest death toll in Gaza at 17,487 people, mostly women and children.

Gov’t optimistic about Gaza humanitarian aid, says Gerapetritis

Talks on opening a humanitarian aid corridor into north Gaza could yield results soon, Foreign Minister George Gerapetritis has said, a day after meeting his Israeli and Palestinian counterparts.

Greece has repeatedly condemned the October 7 attack by Hamas militants against Israel and believes its historical ties with the Arab world give it credibility as an honest broker.

Ankara rejects Israeli accusations amid verbal spat

Türkiye's Foreign Ministry has rebuffed recent statements from Israeli authorities regarding President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's comments on their administration's treatment of Palestinians.

The Turkish government dismissed the Israeli leaders' right to discuss laws, pointing to what they termed as "unprecedented massacres and oppression" of Palestinians.

Erdogan called Israel "Occupier and War Criminal", Israeli Diplomats are Leaving Turkey

A day before the 100th anniversary of the Republic of Turkey, Istanbul's old airport saw perhaps the world's largest rally in defense of the Palestinians, where President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called Israel an occupier and a perpetrator of war crimes for three weeks.