Permalink Gaza carnage: Six months into Israel’s bloody war on Palestinians

Israel's relentless aggression against the Gaza Strip has now stretched over six months, and shows no sign of abating despite international calls for a ceasefire. | Israel launched the war on Gaza on October 7 after the Palestinian resistance movement Hamas waged the surprise Operation Al-Aqsa Storm against the occupying entity. This was in response to the Israeli regime's decades-long campaign of violence against Palestinians.  At that time, the Israeli regime said attacking Gaza had two goals: eliminating Hamas and bringing back the hostages taken by the resistance group to Gaza. None of them have been achieved so far.  About 130 of the 250 Israeli captives taken during Operation Al-Aqsa Storm are still in Gaza after a provisional truce deal in December saw the exchange of a number of prisoners between the two sides.

Permalink Second levee bursts in flooded Russian city (VIDEO)

Another levee has ruptured in the city of Orsk, rapidly flooding in its northeastern suburb | A second levee has ruptured due to high waters in the southern Russian city of Orsk in Orenburg Region, the country’s Emergencies Ministry announced on Saturday. The city was hit by a flood on Friday that caused a levee to break after the Ural River rose to dangerous levels, prompting a state of emergency to be declared across the region.  The ministry said it had deployed additional forces to the affected area ahead of the dam burst, while the evacuation of local residents was still ongoing.  While the ministry did not provide exact details, the rupture of the levee apparently occurred in the in the village of Nickel, a northeastern suburb of Orsk. Unverified footage circulating online shows water flowing through a large hole in the dam. Ahead of the rupture, water was overflowing along most of the stretch of the levee.

Permalink UK Sends Ship to Eastern Mediterranean "to Support Aid Corridor to Gaza Strip"

The United Kingdom has sent a Royal Navy ship to the Eastern Mediterranean to facilitate humanitarian aid delivery to the Gaza Strip, UK Defense Secretary Grant Shapps said. | The ship deployment is expected to facilitate the establishment of an international humanitarian maritime corridor from Cyprus to the Gaza Strip and will start operations in early May, the statement read. The UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) has allocated 9.7 million pounds sterling ($12.3 million) for the humanitarian deliveries to the conflict-torn enclave, the statement said.

Permalink US, its allies understand Ukraine will never join NATO — journalist

The US administration and authorities of NATO member-countries understand full well that Ukraine will never join the alliance, senior editor of The American Conservative Sumantra Maitra said in his article.

💬 "Secretary of State Antony Blinken reiterated that Ukraine will one day join NATO. It is a meaningless, almost theological gesture—practically pagan hymn-chanting at this point. Blinken knows his promise to be untrue. European allies know it to be untrue. The majority of Americans either don’t care about Ukraine or are actively opposed to further engagement in Europe."

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