Babies killed in Hamas attacks as death toll surpasses 1,000
Hamas attacks on kibbutzim have killed babies. The Israeli death toll exceeded 1,000.. The terrorists warned residents of Ashkelon to evacuate the city, which is about eight miles from the Gaza border, at 5 p.m. local time in a cryptic message from the Al Qassam Brigades. In response to the tragedy, General Richard Dannatt opposes an Israeli ground incursion into Gaza, claiming it will result in the death of a large number of Palestinian civilians.
Hamas terrorists murder Israeli grandmother and then post it on their Facebook page
An Israeli grandmother was murdered by Hamas terrorists who later He shared the murder on his own Facebook account.. Her granddaughters shared tributes to her grandmother, who was a “pillar” of the family and a lifelong resident of Kibbutz Nir Oz, a community near the border with Gaza. They found out about her death only after the images were uploaded to the Internet. Naomi Greenway has commented on the impact of the attacks on Israel by the Jewish community in London.
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Starmer vows to break the ‘strangling grip of Tory decline’
Sir Keir Starmer vowed to break the “absolute dominance of conservative decline” as he set out his vision for the UK in a speech at the Labor Party conference in Liverpool. Starmer told campaigners that a Labor government would offer a “decade of national renewal”, but warned that the result of the next general elections is still uncertain.
Earlier, the start of Starmer’s speech was interrupted by a protester who threw glitter on the Labor leader. The man since then been arrested on suspicion of assaultdisorderly conduct and disorderly conduct.
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Holly Willoughby | The presenter has told ITV that she will do it. don’t go back to this morningadding that it has been an “honor just to be a part of their story,” but “now I feel like I have to make this decision for myself and my family,” she said in a social media post.
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World news: Finland-Estonia gas pipeline may have been ‘deliberately damaged’ by Russia
A gas pipeline connecting Finland and Estonia may have been attacked by Russia, according to Finnish media reports. At the moment, possible causes of the failure, including sabotage, cannot be ruled out, said a spokesman for The Estonian operator of the Elering gas system he said Monday.
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The great bottled water scandal
Despite our desire to recycle as much as possible, Sales of expensive canned and bottled mineral water continue to rise.
Business news: IMF says UK on track to have worst-performing G7 economy in election year
The British economy will be the worst performer in the G7 next year, The International Monetary Fund has stated. The IMF lowered its growth forecast for the UK from 1 per cent in 2024 to just 0.6 per cent. The decision was based on higher interest rates, which they said were weighing on homes and businesses.
Live Market News: European stock markets are on track for their best day of the year
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