World Video | Defence | Foreign Affairs | Natural Events | Trade | NZ in World News | NZ National News Video | NZ Regional News | Search

 

Palestinian Territories Breaking News

Palestinian Territories Breaking News

12:00-- a squad of Jewish settlers attacked the Palestinian quarter of al wad in the old town of occupied east Jerusalem, WAFA said.

11:35-- Israeli occupying forces rounded up four Palestinians in Al Rama village, south west of Jenin, WAFA said.

11:25-- Israeli occupying forces cordoned off two houses in Qulqelia city and arrested its dwellers, IPC said.

08:45-- Waleed Abed Al Wahab,30, was killed and five others were wounded including three children in Al Barazil neighborhood of Rafah by the Israeli forces, WAFA said.

08:00-- Israeli soldiers took up positions on the rooftops of the overlooking houses in Al Barzil neighborhood of Rafah city and sniped indiscriminately the civilians, witnesses said.

© Scoop Media

 
 
 
World Headlines

 

UN News: ‘Things Have To Change’ Canada’s Trudeau Declares Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed that the world must change, as multilateral systems established decades ago are not working as they should, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada told the UN General Assembly on Friday. “The world is in crisis, and ... More>>

Assange's Hearing: Latest Observations From Court

Despite severe restrictions on observers, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is the only NGO that has gained access to the hearing, and we’ve managed to monitor proceedings on most days. We will continue to do so whenever possible. Yesterday I was in court ... More>>

OHCHR: Stranded Migrants Need Safe And Dignified Return – UN Migrant Workers Committee

The UN Committee on Migrant Workers has today called on governments to take immediate action to address the inhumane conditions of migrant workers who are stranded in detention camps and ensure they can have an orderly, safe and dignified return to ... More>>

USA: Investors ‘freaking’ Over Possible Contested Outcome Of Election: Poll

A disputed result in November’s U.S. presidential election is now the number one concern for investors – even ahead of a second wave of Covid-19 – according to a new global survey. The poll carried out by deVere Group, one of the world’s largest ... More>>