Hezbollah rocket attack on Israel draws retaliation

7/8/2021 3:15:00 AM

Hezbollah rocket attack on Israel draws retaliation

Hezbollah rocket attack on Israel draws retaliation

BEIRUT — Lebanon's Hezbollah fired a volley of rockets into Israel on Friday, prompting retaliatory shelling, in a major escalation between the Iran-backed Shiite movement and the Jewish state.

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The Stories Behind: Thaarumaaru Runners, a fitness group that goes the extra mile for the community

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Israel doing world a 'great service' with Covid booster shots, says PM BennettJERUSALEM — Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said Thursday (Aug 5) that Israel was doing the world a Fuck mate, we dont need zionist in singapore.

Israel doing world a 'great service' with Covid booster shots, says PM BennettJERUSALEM — Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said Thursday (Aug 5) that Israel was doing the world a Fuck mate, we dont need zionist in singapore.

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Branson's Virgin Galactic to sell space flight tickets starting at US$450,000Spaceship company Virgin Galactic said it will open ticket sales on Thursday for space flights starting at US$450,000 a seat, weeks after billionaire founder Richard Branson's high-profile trip to the edge of space. Branson soared more than 50 miles above the New Mexico desert aboard a Virgin Galactic rocket