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Middle East: ceasefire between Israelis and Palestinians is consolidated
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Middle East: ceasefire between Israelis and Palestinians is consolidated

Wavering hopes for a ceasefire in the latest conflict between Israel and Hamas, one of the most violent in recent years, have been strengthened by signs that death and destruction they could be coming to an end amid international pressure.The Israeli army carried out around 15 strikes in Gaza early Thursday morning, and Hamas responded with rocket fire. But this was followed by a long cessation of military action, with the exception of isolated incidents.The acceleration toward a possible truce came after Joe Biden told the Israeli prime minister on Wednesday, Benjamin Netanyahu, which wanted "a significant de-escalation on the way to a ceasefire." The president of the United States, Joe Biden He had faced criticism, including from his own Democratic Party, not to mention, as the death t...
Rain of bombs in Gaza and rockets in Israel
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Rain of bombs in Gaza and rockets in Israel

The sixth day of tensions between the Israeli government and Hamas reached a fever pitch with the collapse of the Al Jara tower where they worked the offices of the American news agency Associated Press (AP) and Qatari television Al Jazeera. Israeli warplanes also flew overhead, killing 10 members of a family in one of the attacks. According to the Gaza Health Ministry, there are already 145 dead and more than 1,100 in the Gaza Strip. Israel in turn reported 10 rocket deaths including one child and dozens of injuries. "We are shocked and horrified by the fact that the Israeli army targets and destroys the building that houses the AP office and other media in Gaza."agency chief Gary Pruitt said in a statement. For her part, the White House spokeswoman, Jen Psaki, affirmed that the US pr...
There are already more than 130 dead in the Middle East
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There are already more than 130 dead in the Middle East

After five days of shelling and rocket blasts that left at least 126 people dead in Gaza and eight in Israel, the violence also spread to the West Bank. For his part, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahú warned this Friday that Israel's offensive is not over yet. The Israeli security forces reported the attack on the head of the Hamas security forces in the Gaza Strip. According to the announcement, an Israeli plane attacked an operational office in Ramel that belongs to Tawfiq Abu Naim, as reported by the Israeli morning newspaper Haaretz."They are paying it and they will continue to pay dearly"Netanyahu warned after meeting at the Defense Ministry, where he announced that Israel may intensify the bombings. "It's not over yet", he pointed out.A spokesman for the Israeli defense for...
What is the Iron Dome: a journalist from Página / 12 experienced the premiere of Israel’s defense system and tells it
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What is the Iron Dome: a journalist from Página / 12 experienced the premiere of Israel’s defense system and tells it

When the sun rises and there is no quilombo (or pandemic), Tel Aviv looks like San Bernardo: on the beaches against the eastern shore of the Mediterranean Sea people play a football, eat corn, have a drink or go to lizard in the sand. There are volleyball nets, spas and, beyond, a small cement board for jogging or cycling. If it weren't for that millefeuille of languages ​​that make up the scream of tourists, one would believe that it is on the Argentine coast after combining Route 2 with Route 11.Tel Aviv was ours gateway to Israel And we will never forget that first day: the gentle waves came and went with rhythmic harmony, leaving a sound similar to that made by a very cold beer when it spins with its foam in the glass. But within half an hour of those postcards of the relax a chilli...
Fourth day of bombs and rockets in the Middle East
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Fourth day of bombs and rockets in the Middle East

The escalation of violence closed his fourth day of Israeli bombings and rocket bursts from Hamas and the threat of a ground offensive that augurs more death and destruction in the coming days, especially in the Palestinian enclave. Earlier the Israeli army had mobilized troops towards the border with Gaza and the government of Netanyahu had announced a major deployment of security forces in cities with a majority Palestinian-Israeli population."We have ground units that are prepared and are in various stages of ground operations readiness," declared Johnathan Conricus, spokesman for the Israeli army. In tune with this announcement, General Hidai Zilberman He claimed he was canceling all weekend licenses for combat troops to prepare for a possible ground operation against Hamas and other...
Hot lights go through Tel Aviv
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Hot lights go through Tel Aviv

When the sun rises and there is no quilombo (or pandemic), Tel Aviv looks like San Bernardo: on the beaches against the eastern shore of the Mediterranean Sea people play a football, eat corn, have a drink or go to lizard in the sand. There are volleyball nets, spas and, beyond, a small cement board for jogging or cycling. If it weren't for that millefeuille of languages ​​that make up the scream of tourists, one would believe that it is on the Argentine coast after combining Route 2 with Route 11.Tel Aviv was ours gateway to Israel And we will never forget that first day: the gentle waves came and went with rhythmic harmony, leaving a sound similar to that made by a very cold beer when it spins with its foam in the glass. But within half an hour of those postcards of the relax a chilli...
"Argentina respects the position of the UN"
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"Argentina respects the position of the UN"

Before meeting businessmen in Paris, Alberto Fernández said that the government waited "for the UN communiqué" to stop in the face of the worsening conflict in the Middle East."We read the UN communiqué and on its international position we wrote ours," said Alberto Fernández, accompanied by Foreign Minister Felipe Solá.And I add: "Our solidarity to the families who suffer the conflict in the Middle East".For his part, the Minister of Foreign Relations, International Trade and Worship explained that he received "the first information about the conflict" from the Secretary of Worship, Guillermo Oliveri."We started working on that and then I called our ambassador to the United Nations (María del Carmen Squeff). And she sent me a text with the official position of the United Nations," the head...