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A service provider ship was broken this morning by a drone assault within the Red Sea, close to Yemen, with no accidents reported, in response to the British Maritime Safety Agency (Ukmto). Donald Trump has chosen his vice chairman. The official nomination is predicted on the Republican occasion in Milwaukee, and among the many favorites are Marco Rubio.

  • Gallant, «conferences within the USA essential for future struggle»

    “The meetings with senior US officials will be crucial for the future of the war.” Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant mentioned this earlier than leaving for the United States. “During the meetings,” he added, “I intend to discuss developments in Gaza and Lebanon. We are ready for any action that may be necessary in Gaza, Lebanon and other areas.” Gallant will see Secretary of State Antony Blinken, his counterpart Lloyd Austin, CIA director William Burns and Biden's special correspondent in the Middle East Amos Hochstein.

  • Cargo ship damaged by a drone in the Red Sea

    A merchant ship was damaged this morning by a drone attack in the Red Sea, near Yemen, with no injuries reported, according to the British Maritime Safety Agency (Ukmto). “The captain of a merchant ship reports being hit by an unmanned aerial system (UAS), resulting in damage to the vessel. All crew members have been declared safe and the ship is proceeding to its next port of call,” reads a bulletin from UKMTO, managed by the British Navy.

  • «Sinwar is taking his time, he wants Israel at war with Lebanon»

    Hamas chief Yahya Sinwar is taking time in negotiations for a ceasefire settlement and hostage launch within the hope that within the meantime an actual struggle will get away on the Lebanese entrance: Haaretz experiences this on the premise of data supplied by an official concerned within the interviews. “Hamas doesn't want a deal now,” the supply mentioned, “it doesn't want to release the hostages, but rather to buy time. Yahya Sinwar wants war to break out on the northern border and therefore will not move towards a ceasefire,” he mentioned.