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The results show increasing public support for stopping arms sales to Israel, despite the position of Prime Minister Rishi Sunak.
While more than 35,000 Palestinians have been killed in Israel's assault on Gaza, another 13,000 remain missing, though the number could be higher.
Khaled Meshaal, a senior official in Gaza's ruling Hamas movement, said its six-month-old battle with Israel would 'break the enemy soon'.
Jordanian authorities have imprisoned dozens of activists for peacefully protesting over Israel’s war on Gaza and their government policies.
Linda Thomas-Greenfield, US envoy to the UN.
US ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield said the international community 'must do more and it has to care more' about Sudan.
A senior US State Department official said the emphasis of Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammed Shia Al-Sudani's visit would be economic ties.
Days after Israel strengthened its air defences and paused leave for combat units, the US also warned of the risk of an attack by Iran or its allied groups.
Syrian Amer A., the suspected chief of Liwa Jund Al-Rahman, is accused of war crimes in 'the form of forced displacement, looting in two cases and destruction'.
UN Security Council members 'stressed that more should be done to bring the required relief given the scale of needs in Gaza'.
Many have raised questions over the lack of emotion displayed from the Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh, while others pin it to the concept of martyrdom in Islam.