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Philippines’ Duterte will not cooperate with ICC probe into killings
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.96   time to read: +1 min
Kazuhiro Nogi /Pool via Reuters/File PhotoPhilippine President Rodrigo Duterte will not cooperate with an investigation of the Southeast Asian nation’s drug war killings planned by the International Criminal Court (ICC), his spokesperson said on Tuesday. Rights groups and critics of the drug killings have welcomed the step by the ICC, saying a full-scale investigation will bring justice closer for the thousands of people killed in Duterte's bloody war on drugs. "We do not need foreigners to investigate killings in the drug war because the legal system is working in the Philippines," Roque said, adding he believed launching a formal probe was "legally erroneous and politically motivated." An ICC prosecutor sought authorisation on Monday to open a full investigation into the killings, saying crimes against humanity could have been committed. Rights group say police were summarily executing suspects, but authorities say they were killed after violently resisting arrest.
Persons: Rodrigo Duterte, Shinzo Abe, Kazuhiro, Harry Roque, Duterte, Roque, Antonio Trillanes Organizations: Japan's, International Criminal Court, ICC, Rights, Thomson Locations: Tokyo, Japan, Philippines
From left, Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, President Donald Trump, French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson at a work session during the G-7 summit in Biarritz, France, in August 2019. But the G-7 is where decisions that will shape U.S. international relations and the world will or won't be made. President Joe Biden disembarks from Air Force One after landing at Joint Base Andrews, Md., last month. Joe Biden, then the vice president, met with Vladimir Putin, then the Russian prime minister, in Moscow in March 2011. Covid-19 looms large"I think it's no exaggeration to say that Friday's G-7 is a life-and-death matter," former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said this week at an event hosted by Chatham House.
Persons: Joe Biden's, Biden, Trump, Fabrice Pothier, Giuseppe Conte, Shinzo Abe, Donald Trump, Emmanuel Macron, Angela Merkel, Justin Trudeau, Boris Johnson, Ian Langsdon, Vladimir Putin, Putin, , Xi Jinping, Jake Sullivan, Joe Biden disembarks, Evelyn Hockstein, Donald Trump wasn't, Leslie Vinjamuri, Pew, Joe Biden, Alexander Natruskin, Pothier, Gordon Brown, Brown Organizations: NATO, Canadian, British, Sunday, NBC, Air Force, Base, Chatham House, Pew Research Center, U.S, European Union, Trump, Reuters, International Institute for Strategic Studies Locations: Beijing, Italian, Japanese, German, Biarritz, France, Carbis Bay, England, Brussels, Geneva, Canada, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia, Crimea, India, Australia, South Korea, South Africa, China, Md, Americas, London, United States, Europe, Washington, Xinjiang, Russian, Moscow
Japan city uses tsunami lessons for COVID-19 vaccinations
  + stars: | 2021-06-11 | by ( Rocky Swift | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +5 min
A gymnasium which turned into a mass vaccination centre for the elderly is pictured in Soma, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan, June 9, 2021. REUTERS/Rocky SwiftTamio Hayashi, 77, doubted he could ever navigate the internet systems set up to register for COVID-19 vaccines across most of Japan. "This way is great," Hayashi told Reuters after he and his wife got their second doses at a local gymnasium. Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga wants to have Japan’s elderly population fully vaccinated by July and all adults by November. Residents were called by city block, no reservation necessary, and the city sent busses for those who could not travel on their own.
Persons: Rocky Swift Tamio Hayashi, Hayashi, Yoshihide Suga, Katsuhiro Abe, Abe, flustered, Kenji Shibuya Organizations: REUTERS, Reuters, Soma, Institute for Population Health, King's College, Thomson Locations: Soma, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan, Tokyo, France, Canada, Fukushima, King's College London
REUTERS/Toru Hanai/File PhotoJapan's trade ministry colluded with Toshiba Corp's (6502.T) management to unduly influence a key shareholder vote last year, an independent probe found, undermining Tokyo's efforts to improve corporate governance and win over foreign investors. Toshiba's management "worked closely" with the ministry to exert "undue influence on some shareholders," the report found. The probe, conducted by three lawyers, found that Toshiba, with the ministry, tried to force Effissimo to withdraw shareholder proposals for board nominees aimed at improving governance. The ministry has previously said that it never asked the adviser to contact Toshiba shareholders. CVC's offer to take the Japanese conglomerate private and retain incumbent management was perceived by some in the company as designed to shield Kurumatani from activist shareholders, Toshiba sources have said.
Persons: Toru Hanai, Toshiba Corp's, Shinzo Abe, METI, barbecuing, Toshiba's, Yoshihide Suga, Abe, Suga, Effissimo, Nobuaki Kurumatani Organizations: Toshiba Corp, REUTERS, Toshiba, Harvard, Ministry, Economy, Trade, Industry, Reuters, Effissimo Capital Management, Investment Partners, CVC Capital, Thomson Locations: Tokyo, Japan, Singapore
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via Email'Video is becoming the new voice' as people adjust to the pandemic's 'new normal': ZoomAs Zoom saw exponential growth in 2020 with millions of new users jumping onto the video platform during the Covid-19 pandemic, Abe Smith of Zoom Video Communications shares the company's vision of making video engagement "as good as face-to-face."
Persons: Abe Smith Organizations: Zoom Video Communications
The probe's findings mark an explosive turn in a long battle between the Japanese company's management and foreign shareholders, which include activist investors and Harvard University's endowment fund. The investigators also allege that Suga encouraged the pressure on Toshiba investors in a breakfast meeting with a senior company executive last July. A spokesperson for the Harvard fund declined to comment, while 3D did not immediately respond to a request for comment. The Harvard fund ultimately abstained from voting. Toshiba said at the time it was not involved in any efforts to pressure Harvard.
Persons: Yoshihide Suga, Suga, METI, Toru Hanai, Shinzo Abe, barbecuing, Nicholas Benes, Will, Hiromichi Mizuno, Nobuaki Kurumatani Organizations: Toshiba Corp, Toshiba, Harvard, Ministry, Economy, Trade, Industry, Effissimo Capital Management, Reuters, REUTERS, Investment Partners, Training, of Japan, CVC Capital, Thomson Locations: Tokyo, Singapore, Japan
China defends cultural links with Japan amid online nationalist fury
  + stars: | 2021-06-09 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.60   time to read: +2 min
Chinese and Japanese flags flutter in front of the Tiananmen Gate ahead of Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's visit, in Beijing, China October 25, 2018. REUTERS/Thomas PeterThe Chinese foreign ministry defended the value of cultural exchanges with Japan on Wednesday after Chinese intellectuals came under heavy attack from nationalists online for attending events sponsored by the Japanese government over many years. Some prominent Chinese scholars and writers came under fire last week after nationalistic netizens noticed their names among a list of 144 Chinese intellectuals who had been sponsored by the Japan Foundation to visit Japan from 2008 to 2016. "We must focus on setting the tone right, be open and confident but also modest and humble, and strive to create a credible, lovable and respectable image of China," Xi said, according to Xinhua news agency. Some Chinese diplomats and commentators have taken up hardline positions on social media in recent years, appealing to nationalist passions among their online followers.
Persons: Shinzo Abe's, Thomas Peter The, netizens, Diguaxiong Laoliu, Guyan Muchan, Wang Wenbin, Wang, Xi Jinping, Xi Organizations: Japan's, REUTERS, Japan, Japan Foundation, Communist Party, Thomson Locations: Beijing, China, Japan, Britain, United States, Germany, France, Italy, Canada
Associated PressGreenfield We began writing drafts, and the first drafts were the Pentagon Papers often mixed up with the writers’ own past reporting and commentary. If this is going to be called the Pentagon Papers, it can’t be the Pentagon Papers and The New York Times Papers.” So we came up with a system. So my job became to verify or discredit information in the Pentagon Papers. Who knows what goes on in hotel rooms in Manhattan?” We were just doing another strange thing in a hotel room in Manhattan. Amster I think it was Al who said the most impressive thing about the Pentagon Papers was that no one leaked anything.
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Japan activists want to make a withdrawal
  + stars: | 2021-06-04 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
A man wearing a facial mask, following the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, stands in front of an electric board showing Nikkei (top in C) and other countries stock index outside a brokerage at a business district in Tokyo, Japan, January 4, 2021. Activists are back in Japan and they’re zeroing in on hoarded reserves as the country’s annual general meeting season kicks off. Small wonder: two-fifths of non-financial stocks in the top-tier Topix index have net cash worth more than a fifth of their equity – a new record, says Smith. Another property owner has an uncomfortably cosy relationship with its top tenant, the Tokyo Stock Exchange. The numbers are a reminder to investors of how far governance reforms began under former prime minister Shinzo Abe still have to go.
Persons: they’re, Nick Smith, CLSA, Smith, hasn’t, Shinzo Abe, Jennifer Hughes Organizations: Nikkei, Tokyo Stock Exchange, Kremlin Locations: Tokyo, Japan, EU
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte delivers a speech during their joint press statement with Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (not pictured) at Abe's official residence in Tokyo, Japan May 31, 2019. Kazuhiro Nogi /Pool via ReutersPhilippine President Rodrigo Duterte has drawn up a list of possible successors that includes his daughter Sara, boxing star Emmanuel "Manny" Pacquiao and the son of late dictator Ferdinand Marcos, the presidential spokesman said on Thursday. Duterte, who is barred by the constitution from seeking re-election, will end his six-year term in June 2022. While looking at "many options", Duterte is considering endorsing his daughter Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio, champion boxer and senator Pacquiao, Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos, Manila Mayor Francisco Domagoso and long-time aide and senator Christopher "Bong" Go, spokesman Harry Roque said. The offices of Domagoso, Go, Marcos and Pacquiao did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
Persons: Rodrigo Duterte, Shinzo Abe, Kazuhiro, Sara, Emmanuel, Manny, Pacquiao, Ferdinand Marcos, Duterte, Mayor Sara Duterte, Carpio, Ferdinand, Bongbong, Manila Mayor Francisco Domagoso, Christopher " Bong, Go, Harry Roque, vendettas, Marcos Organizations: Japan's, Reuters, Mayor, Manila Mayor, Thomson Locations: Tokyo, Japan, Davao, Marcos, Philippines, China
As Japan loses training camps, Olympics buzz fades
  + stars: | 2021-06-01 | by ( Tetsushi Kajimoto | Daniel Leussink | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
FILE PHOTO: A visitor and the Olympic Rings monument cast shadows on the ground outside the Japan Olympic Committee (JOC) headquarters near the National Stadium, the main stadium for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games that have been postponed to 2021 due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Tokyo, Japan May 30, 2021. REUTERS/Issei KatoThe team scrapped plans for pre-Olympics training in Japan because of the resurgent COVID-19 pandemic, local officials said. Officials in the northwestern city of 25,000 say they regret the lost opportunity to host the team, even more than the money spent. In others, such as a delegation from Cuba set to stay in Higashimatsuyama city north of Tokyo, the municipalities decided not to host. The national government earmarked 13 billion yen for municipalities to host training camps while imposing coronavirus measures, officials said.
Persons: Issei Kato, , Hirokazu Suzuki, Katsuhiro Miyamoto, Justin Gatlin, Kentaro Abe, ” Abe, Eriko Tsujino, Suzuki Organizations: Japan Olympic, Olympic Games, REUTERS, “ Local, Reuters, Games, Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Kansai University, SPORTS, United, Toyota, Toyota Motor Corp, Ugandan Locations: TOKYO, Tokyo, Kamo, Japan, COVID, Cuba, Higashimatsuyama, Narita, United States, Beijing, Izumisano
Israel's Iron Dome repelled thousands of rockets and even drones during recent fighting. The Israel Defense Forces told Israeli media the friendly-fire incident is under investigation. Israel's Iron Dome accidentally shot down an Israeli military drone during recent fighting with Hamas in the Gaza Strip, the Israel Defense Forces told local media. It is a part of a larger tiered defense system that includes other critical assets like the Arrow and Patriot batteries. Iron Dome had not yet engaged a drone in combat though.
Persons: Amir Cohen, Rafael, MOHAMMED ABED, Israel Organizations: Israel Defense Forces, Hamas, Skylark, Iron, Elbit Systems, IDF Artillery Corps, Haaretz, IDF, Palestinian, Dome, Reuters, Rafael Advanced Defense Systems, Israel Aerospace Industries, Israeli Ministry of Defense, Associated Press, Getty, Health Ministry Locations: Gaza, Israel, Ashkelon
As residents picked through rubble and continued to take stock of the damage in the Gaza Strip, humanitarian aid arrived in the long impoverished region on Saturday, less than 48 hours after a cease-fire between Israel and Hamas was declared. The United Nations said it had released $22.5 million, which would go towards rebuilding damaged water and electricity infrastructure and disposing of explosive ordnance. Over 77,000 Palestinians were displaced and unable to leave Gaza, during the 11-days of fighting that ended late Thursday, the U.N. said in a statement. Many have now begun to return home, although at least 1,000 people had their homes completely destroyed or severely damaged, it added. Adi Vaizel looks at the damage caused to his house in Ashkelon, Israel, on Thursday, after it was hit by a rocket launched from the Gaza Strip.
Persons: Mark Lowcock, Abdel Fattah El, Joe Biden, Antony Blinken, Adi Vaizel, Amir Cohen, Nadeen Abed al, Lateef, Ron Ariely's, Ariely Organizations: United Nations, Emergency, Al, NBC, Gaza Health Ministry, White, Hamas, U.S, State Department, Reuters Locations: Gaza, Israel, Egypt, Jerusalem, Ashkelon
What Honest Abe Learned From Geometry
  + stars: | 2021-05-22 | by ( Jordan Ellenberg | ) www.wsj.com + 0.99   time to read: +2 min
In 1865, the Reverend J.P. Gulliver asked Abraham Lincoln how he came to acquire his famous rhetorical skill. There’s something special about geometry, as any high-school student or former high-school student can tell you. Geometry is the cilantro of math: Few people have neutral feelings about it. There are those who hate it, who say geometry was the moment when math stopped making sense to them. Herndon once found Lincoln in a haggard state, having spent two full days trying to solve the old conundrum of squaring the circle.
Persons: J.P, Gulliver, Abraham Lincoln, ‘ Lincoln, Euclid, Lincoln, William Herndon, Herndon, , ” Herndon, Locations: Springfield, Greek North Africa, Lincoln, Illinois, haggard
The Israel Defense Forces and the Palestinian militant group Hamas have clashed in Gaza and Israel for almost two weeks, with the death toll on both sides rising. Photo by MOHAMMED ABED/AFP via Getty ImagesFor good reason, most Israeli special-operations in Gaza, the West Bank, or East Jerusalem go unreported. That was enough for Hamas' military leadership to send its thousands of fighters into the very extensive and well-developed underground tunnel complex the terrorist organization has been building. Members of Hamas' military wing in a tunnel in the Shujaya neighborhood of Gaza City, August 17, 2014. Details about safe houses, headquarters, and underground tunnel entrances, exits, and vents would be categorized for future use.
Persons: Abraham, it's, MOHAMMED ABED, Jerusalem, Mohamad Torokman, Mustafa Hassona, , Ali Jadallah, Aussies, Ilia Yefimovich, John Stryker Meyer, Eldon Bargewell, Meyer Organizations: Israel Defense Forces, Palestinian, Hamas, Abraham Accords, Israel's, Getty, West Bank, Commandos, REUTERS, IDF, Anadolu Agency, Staff, Army's Delta Force, Kiwis, Delta Force, North Vietnamese Army, NVA, Special Forces, Assistance Command Vietnam, MACV, SOG, VC, SOG's Command, Control Locations: Israel, Gaza, Gaza City, East Jerusalem, Israeli, Shujaya, Stalingrad, Fallujah, Arab, Lebanon, Syria, Vietnam, North Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, South Vietnam, Marble, Da Nang
Men Are Dressing like Painters—and Paying Hundreds to Do It
  + stars: | 2021-05-19 | by ( Jacob Gallagher | ) www.wsj.com + 0.00   time to read: +5 min
Ralph Lauren’s workwear-inspired subbrand Double RL is currently selling a pair of jeans covered with Jackson Pollock-esque paint splotches. In the 1990s, Helmut Lang sold coveted jeans with a restrained sprinkling of white paint. In 2018, Japanese designer Junya Watanabe released an entire collection built around paint-drenched chore coats and Levi’s jeans. Several years ago, New York brand Bode kicked off a trend for doodled-on garments with its $1,000-plus corduroys featuring hand-drawn images. Mr. Cohen believes that shoppers gravitate toward Alchemist’s in-house line of paint-splattered clothing because it reflects a human touch.
Persons: Ralph Lauren’s workwear, Jackson Pollock, it’s, Paul Smith, Maison Margiela, Sherwin, Williams, who’s, Helmut Lang, Junya Watanabe, Bode, Amiri, Roma Cohen, Cohen, Pollock, Damien Paul, Price, Mr, Alchemist, , Paul, Abe Lange, Lange, savors, Eugene So, , Jacob Gallagher, Jacob.Gallagher Organizations: Palm, Nike, Converse, Luxe, Alchemist, Los Angeles Locations: British, N.Y, New York, Luxe Los, Miami, Alchemist’s, Los Angeles, Los
Around 90 percent of these are intercepted by Israel's Iron Dome missile defense system, the Israeli military said. Rockets are launched towards Israel from Gaza City on Tuesday. Mahmud Hams / AFP - Getty ImagesClashes between Palestinians and Israeli soldiers broke out in Ramallah, a city in the West Bank. Hamas responded by firing rockets into Israel, which has replied with its own bombing campaign. A building destroyed by Israeli bombardment in Gaza City on Wednesday.
Persons: Israel's, Mahmud Hams, Jerusalem's, Mohammed Abed, Jen Psaki, Joe Biden, Benjamin Netanyahu, Netanyahu, Yousef Abu Hussein, Adel Hana, Medhat Abbas, Nomy Levin, Levin, Alexander Smith, Adela Suliman, Paul Goldman, Lawahez Jabari, Richard Engel Organizations: Gaza Ministry, Health, Hamas, Israel's, West Bank, Jerusalem, Rockets, Getty, isn't, NBC, United Nations Security Council, Security Council, Israeli, Democratic Party, Twitter, Aqsa, Palestinian Ministry of Health, Barzilai Locations: JERUSALEM, Israel, United States, Gaza, U.S, Tel Aviv, Gaza City, AFP, Ramallah, Jerusalem's Al, Aqsa, Ashkelon, London, Jerusalem
Rockets are launched towards Israel from Gaza City, controlled by the Palestinian Hamas movement, on May 18, 2021, amid a flare-up of Israeli-Palestinian violence. Mahmud Hams | AFP | Getty ImagesIsrael is continuing its bombardment of Gaza as Israeli-Palestinian violence enters its second week and militants in the blockaded Gaza strip carry on their rocket fire. Late Wednesday afternoon Lebanese security officials reported several rockets fired from southern Lebanon into Israel. Israel's military said air raid sirens were triggered in northern Israel and that one of the four rockets fired into the country was intercepted by its Iron Dome missile defense system. Two Thai workers in southern Israel were killed in a rocket attack fired from Gaza on Tuesday.
Persons: Mahmud Hams, Benjamin Netanyahu, Sebastian Scheiner, Jonathan Conricus, Israel —, Joe Biden, Netanyahu, Jordan, Mohammed Abed, Abdel, Fattah, Sisi, Ismail Haniyeh Organizations: Rockets, Palestinian Hamas, AFP, Getty, Israel, West Bank, Wednesday, Israeli Defense Forces, IDF, , . Security, Hamas Locations: Israel, Gaza City, Palestinian, Gaza, Jerusalem, Lebanon, Tel Aviv, U.S, France, Egypt, Jordan
Israel and Hamas May Reach Cease-Fire Soon, Officials Say
  + stars: | 2021-05-19 | by ( Ronen Bergman | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.00   time to read: +39 min
Israel and Hamas May Reach Cease-Fire Soon, Officials Say Both sides said they were close to an agreement to end more than a week of fighting. Israeli officials say cease-fire may be reached within two days. But delays in reaching a possible cease-fire have taken place because the Egyptians, who are helping coordinate the negotiations, have had trouble contacting senior Hamas officials. Israeli media has reported that Israeli officials do not expect the bombing to stop until Friday at the earliest. Israeli officials have said that as long as rockets continue to be fired at Israel from Gaza, Israel will continue to bomb the territory.
Persons: Biden, Tsafrir, Meir Ben, Netanyahu, Marwan Issa, Gilad Shalit, , Hosam, Benjamin Netanyahu, Karine Jean, Pierre, Ms, Jean, Mr, , Heiko Mass, Khalil Hamra, Abu Marzouq, Mark Lowcock, Jim Tankersley, Rick Gladstone, Mousa Abu Marzouq, Khan Younis, Israel, Ronen Bergman, Richard Pérez, Riad Ishkontana, Suzy, Abdel Kareem Hana, Ishkontana, Zein, , Mohammed Deif, Mohammed Abed, Deif, Hidai Zilberman, Mahmud Hams, Widad, Ali, , Khan, Dan Bilefsky, Hassan Salem, Deir, Kai Pfaffenbach, Moshe Kantor, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Owen Jones, conflating, “ you’re, you’re, Maya Alleruzzo, Yahel Kurlander, Thais, Kan, Kurlander, ” Israel, Yusef Abu Hussein, Jen Psaki, Psaki, ” Ignacio Miguel Delgado, Latifeh Abdellatif, West Bank Nasser Nasser, Israel Corinna Kern, West Bank Majdi Mohammed, City Mahmoud Illean, West Bank Hazem Bader, Samar Abu Elouf, CGTN, Wang Yi, Mr Wang, Bat Yam, Amir Levy, Rashida Tlaib, Debbie Dingell, Doug Mills, Tlaib, doesn’t, ” Mr, Tlaib’s, Muftia Tlaib, Luke Broadwater Organizations: Associated Press Israel, Israel, Biden, United Nations, Credit, The New York Times, Hamas, House, Air Force, United States Coast Guard Academy, Mr, United Nations Security Council, Video, Press, ., Palestinian Information Center, Shifa, Associated Press, Agence France, Israel Defense Forces, Tel Aviv, Qassam, West Bank, Police, Reuters, European Jewish, Central Council of, Embassy, Metropolitan Police, Twitter, Associated Press Foreign, Hai College, White House, Aqsa Voice, Nawa Online Women Media Network, North, Committee, Protect Journalists, Eye, Associated, West Bank Agence France, Israeli Embassy, China Central Television, CGTN, Global Times, Jewish, Facebook, Jewish Guard, Troops, Ford Rouge Electric Vehicle Center . Credit, New York Times, Democratic, Ford, Locations: Israel, Gaza, Israeli, Sderot, Gaza . Credit, Washington, Iran, Cairo, Gaza City, Hosam Salem, France, U.N, Egypt, Rimal, The New York Times Israel, Khan, Associated Press GAZA, Gen, Tel, Sheikh Radwan, Hebron, Lebanon, Europe, Frankfurt, Bonn, Germany, Münster, North London, Paris, Berlin, Vienna, Jewish, , Gelsenkirchen, United States, Turkey, London, Hyde, West London, British, Palestine, Ashkelon, Palestinian, Al Jazeera, East, North Africa, East Jerusalem, Ramallah, West Bank, Jaffa, Nablus Jaafar Ashtiyeh, Nablus, West, City, Bethlehem, Samar, Beijing, China, Xinjiang, India, Detroit, Michigan, , Dearborn
Meanwhile, 10 people, including two children, have been killed following rocket attacks by Hamas on Israel. In Gaza City, meanwhile, Nadeen says she wants to cry every time she sees someone die or looks at someone who is visibly scared. “Palestine children are dying in Gaza,” said Nadeen, the second-youngest of six children. Gaza residents inspect their house after it was destroyed by an Israeli airstrike in the southern Gaza Strip on Sunday. Meanwhile, the Israeli military continued to pound Gaza as Hamas also pressed on, launching rockets at southern Israeli cities in the early hours.
Persons: Abed al Lateef, “ We’re, ” “, , Nadeen Abed al Lateef, Nadeen, , Joe Biden, Benjamin Netanyahu, Biden, Hady Amr, Antony Blinken, Said Khatib, Benny Gantz, Monday, Abu Zarefah, Saphora Smith Organizations: America, NBC, NBC News, Gaza Health Ministry, Local, Israeli, Hamas, Department of State, Getty, Israel's, United, Security Locations: GAZA, Gaza, Israel, United States, Gaza City, Palestine, Egypt, AFP, Denmark, London
Days of fighting between Israel and Hamas — the militant group that governs the Gaza Strip — have killed at least 119 Palestinians, including 31 children, and eight Israelis, including one child. Israel has called up 9,000 reservists and massed troops along its border with Gaza. There was confusion late Thursday after the Israeli military announced "ground troops" were attacking the area and media reports suggested Israeli soldiers had entered Gaza itself. "We're hunting terrorists," Lt. Col. Johnathan Conricus, an Israeli military spokesman, told a briefing Friday. At least one top Hamas commander was among those killed by the airstrikes, according to the group's military wing.
Persons: Israel, Mohammed Salem, Reuven Rivlin, Mohammed Abed, Othman, Bensouda's, Joe Biden, Johnathan Conricus, Conricus Organizations: Hamas, NBC, Reuters, Palestinian Ministry of Health, Israeli Defense Forces, Associated Press, United Nations, Getty, AP, Criminal, ICC, Israel Locations: Israel, Gaza, United States, Tel Aviv, Lod, Jerusalem, Egypt, Gaza City, Beit Lahiya, Hamas, Al, Aqsa
Gaza conflict intensifies with rocket barrages and airstrikes
  + stars: | 2021-05-14 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com + 0.00   time to read: +9 min
Palestinians carry the bodies of 13 Hamas militants, killed in Israeli air strikes, during their funeral at the al-Omari mosque in Gaza City, on May 13, 2021. Militants fired rocket salvoes at Tel Aviv and surrounding towns with the Iron Dome anti-missile system intercepting many of them. Militants fired rocket salvoes at Tel Aviv and surrounding towns with the Iron Dome anti-missile system intercepting many of them. In Gaza, Israeli warplanes struck a six-story residential building that it said belonged to Hamas. Israeli President Reuven Rivlin called for an end to "this madness."
Persons: Menahem Kahana, Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, Gaza's, Mahmud Hams, Hady Amr, Omer Tabib, Jack Guez, Joe Biden, Netanyahu, Mohammed Abed, Antony Blinken, Assad Karam, Yishai Levy, Hidai Zilberman, Amir Cohen, Zilberman, Abu Ubaida, Boris Johnson, Emmanuel Macron, Vladimir Putin, Antonio Guterres, Yam, Reuven Rivlin, Eid, Suhaib Organizations: AFP, Getty Images Palestinian, Getty, United Nations, Hamas, Diplomats, . Security, YNet, Israel, Reuters, British Locations: Gaza, Sderot, Israel, Gaza City, Mahmud, United States, Egypt, Qatar, Elyakim, Tel Aviv, Beersheba, Lebanon, Palestinian, China, Norway, Tunisia, Israeli, Jerusalem, al, Aqsa, East Jerusalem, Ashkelon, Lod, Suhaib Salem
Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene. THE GREEN IN THE GRASSROOTS: Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene complained of being crucified for her past comments endorsing conspiracy theories and violence, which led to her being kicked off of her committees. More on what Taylor Greene could do with her historic windfall. Many of her fellow House Republicans left the chamber as she began speaking. Vanessa Trump, Donald Trump Jr.'s ex-wife, "started dating one of the agents who had been assigned to her family," Leonnig writes.
Persons: Liz Cheney, Marjorie Taylor Greene, SAUL LOEB, Trump, Cheney, Taylor, Nancy Pelosi, Taylor Greene, loaning, MOHAMMED ABED, Benjamin Netanyahu, Ron DeSantis, Ralph Northam, Jennifer Granholm, Harlin Hale, Letitia James, Wayne LaPierre's, JD Vance, Drew Angerer, J.D, Vance, Peter Thiel, Mitch McConnell, Robert Aaron Long, Vanessa, Tiffany Trump, Pulitzer, Carol D, Leonnig, Vanessa Trump, Donald Trump Jr, Shaun Donovan, Andrew Yang, Sally Ride, Maya Angelou Organizations: Republicans, Republican, Getty, Service, Georgia Republican, Ribble of, GOP, New York Times, Trump, Facebook, Florida Gov, Virginia Gov, CNN, Rifle, New York, Ohio Senate, Prosecutors, Atlanta, Secret Service, York, Urban Development, Democratic Locations: Georgia, Ribble, Ribble of Wisconsin, Gaza City, Gaza, Tel Aviv, Ashkelon, Israel's, Israel, Lod, Florida, Virginia, East, Ohio, Atlanta, Empire, York City, Brooklyn
Live Live Updates: Israeli and Palestinian Violence Escalates to Major Crisis Dozens have been killed in airstrikes and rocket barrages, and violent protests have erupted in mixed Jewish-Arab towns. Arab Israelis during a funeral in the Israeli city of Lod on Tuesday. Palestinian militants fired hundreds of rockets toward Jerusalem and at coastal Israeli cities, killing at least three people. Palestinian militants fired hundreds of rockets toward Jerusalem and at coastal Israeli cities, killing at least three people. Palestinian militants fired hundreds of rockets toward Jerusalem and at coastal Israeli cities, killing at least three people.
Persons: Israel, , Benjamin Netanyahu, , Jonathan Conricus, Patrick Kingsley, Biden’s, Biden, Debbie Hill President Biden, Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, Donald J, Trump, ” George W, Bush, Martin S, Obama, Mohammed Abed, Khalil Hamra, Jack Guez, Ahmad Gharabli, Amir Cohen, Netanyahu, Mohammed Saber, Ismail Haniya, , Ghassan Khatib, — Amira Soboh, Abdelrahman, Osama Soboh, Soboh, “ It’s, ” Patrick Kingsley Organizations: ., Agence France, Gaza, West Bank ., Hamas, Rockets, Islamic, , Palestinian, Bank Gaza, Israel Tel, Tel, Tel Aviv Police, Ashdod Jerusalem Ashkelon West Bank Gaza, Militant, Tuesday, Democratic Party, Mr, Getty, Reuters, Credit, Birzeit University, West Bank Locations: Lod, Jerusalem, Israel, East Jerusalem, Gaza, Ashkelon, Tel Aviv, Israeli, Old City, Palestinian, Jerusalem ., Israel Tel Aviv, Al Aqsa, Ashdod Jerusalem Israel Ashkelon Israel, Bank, Egypt, Ashdod Jerusalem Israel Ashkelon, Ashdod Jerusalem Ashkelon West Bank, Ashdod Jerusalem Ashkelon West Bank Gaza Israel, Tel Aviv Israel, Acre, Ramla, East, Gaza City, Qatar, Aqsa
Rocket attacks on Israel have tested its vaunted Iron Dome missile-defense system. "The Iron Dome Air Defense System has intercepted 200 of them." A rocket launched from Gaza is intercepted by Israel's Iron Dome system, May 11, 2021. "The Iron Dome relies upon a high-resolution EL/M-2084 Active Electronically Scanned Array radar to detect and track incoming projectiles. … Hopefully, this will be a wake-up call that Iron Dome is just one piece of the precautions that need to be taken."
Persons: MOHAMMED ABED, Rafael, Benjamin Netanyahu, Amir Cohen, Seth Frantzman Organizations: Hamas, Israeli Air Force, Dome Air Defense, Iron, Service, Republican, Israel's, Getty, Rafael Advanced Defense Systems, Library, Defense Forces, Israel Defense Forces, REUTERS, East Center, Lebanese Hezbollah Locations: Israel, Gaza, Jerusalem, United States, Iron, Tel Aviv, Palestinian, Iran, of Israel, Ashkelon, Lebanese
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