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Israeli Forces Eliminate Four Top Hamas Figures at Al-Shifa Hospital in Gaza
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Now, regarding the text you provided, here's a rehashed version: The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) have announced the elimination of four high-ranking Hamas leaders during operations at Gaza City's Al-Shifa hospital, where several members of the militant group had taken refuge.
Ro Khanna Stands Behind U.S. Abstention on UNSC Resolution Regarding Israel
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Khanna highlighted the significance of standing united with allies and addressing the philosophical contrast between unilateralism, advocated by figures like former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, and Biden's approach of prioritizing alliances to tackle challenges posed by leaders like Putin and Xi Jinping.
Israeli Forces Eliminate Four Top Hamas Figures at Al-Shifa Hospital in Gaza
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The individuals identified as casualties include Raad Thabet, purportedly the head of Hamas's recruitment and procurement department, and Mahmoud Khalil Zakzuk, identified by the IDF as the deputy commander of Hamas's rocket unit in Gaza City. Additionally, the IDF confirmed the deaths of two other senior Hamas figures, Fadi Dweik and Zakaria Najib.
Security Concerns Rise for Chinese Workers in Pakistan After Recent Suicide Attack: Analysis
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According to a security analyst in Pakistan, there are reports suggesting that some Chinese nationals are contemplating leaving the country due to concerns about their safety. Despite the Pakistani government's assurances to apprehend the culprits responsible for the attack, the incident has significantly undermined trust, the analyst added.
Pre-Election Mega Poll Reveals Potential Vulnerability of UK PM Rishi Sunak's Constituency
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The poll, known as MRP and comprising 15,029 respondents, was carried out by Survation on behalf of Best for Britain. It reveals that the Labour Party is leading with 45 percent of the vote share, enjoying a substantial 19-point advantage over the Conservatives. This marks a three-point increase for Labour since the previous poll conducted by the group at the end of the previous year. According to analysis from 'The Sunday Times' based on this comprehensive seat-by-seat survey, the Tories are facing their lowest prospects on record, poised to secure fewer than 100 seats. Meanwhile, Labour could potentially secure a staggering 468 seats, granting Opposition leader Sir Keir Starmer's party an imposing 286-seat majority.
Unveiling the Bangladesh Journalist Who Queried US & UN Officials About Kejriwal's Detention
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It appears that Ansarey deliberately sought to provoke negative statements towards India by raising questions about Kejriwal's arrest and the freezing of Congress' bank accounts.
Russian Authorities: Moscow Terrorists Intended to Escape to Kiev for Promised Reward
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Following directives from a coordinator, the terrorists embarked on a journey towards the Russian-Ukrainian border post-incident, aiming to transit into Kiev and collect their pledged compensation, as disclosed by the committee through their Telegram channel on Friday.
PIA Takes Action Against Crew Member Detained in Canada
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This development adds to the challenges faced by Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) as it deals with a shortage of crew members, compounded by recent incidents of flight attendants going missing.
Indian Navy's Bold Rescue: Liberating Hijacked Iranian Fishing Vessel and Safeguarding Pakistani Crew
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Employing rigorous tactical maneuvers, the Navy managed to compel the armed pirates to relinquish control of the hijacked vessel, named FV 'Al Kambar'. This daring rescue operation, which unfolded on Friday, saw the deployment of specialist teams to thoroughly inspect and ensure the seaworthiness of the fishing vessel post-liberation, enabling its escorted return to a designated safe zone for the resumption of routine fishing activities, as per an official statement relayed by a Navy spokesperson.
Chinese Firms Halt Operations on Pakistan's Dasu and Diamer-Bhasha Dams Post Suicide Attack
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Following the footsteps of the Power Construction Corporation of China (PCCC), which ceased civil works at the Tarbela 5th Extension Hydropower Project in KP province, subsequently laying off over 2,000 workers, these companies have now paused their activities on the Dasu hydropower project. Situated approximately 300 kilometers north of Islamabad, the Dasu project, boasting a capacity of 4,320 MW, is being undertaken by China Gezhouba, financed by the World Bank.
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