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For a second day, Israeli aircraft have pounded what they say are Hamas targets in Gaza. The death toll has risen to at least 280, among them women and children.Hamas has vowed not to cave in, but Israel's operation could soon escalate. Tanks have massed at the Gazan border, and Ehud Olmert's office says military reservists are being mobilised.The UN Security Council has demanded an immediate end to the violence, and Egypt is trying to broker a ceasefire. But the airs raids are continuing, as Clayton Swisher reports.
A new Israeli push into Gaza has left at least seven Palestinians dead and seen a journalist shot as he tried to cover the story. Soldiers went into the east of Gaza City, backed up by tanks. Israeli forces crossed the border into Gaza early on Thursday and as night falls over the strip, the operation is continuing. This report by our Gaza correspondent Nour Odeh contains pictures which some viewers may find disturbing.
Police in Quebec have arrested 45 people and seized more than 12,000 counterfeit bank cards in raids on an international fraud ring official
Police in Quebec arrested 45 people and seized more than 12,000 counterfeit bank cards in raids on a global fraud ring Wednesday. Powered by NewsLook.com Producer : CBC
The clip raid on Johnny Tran Part 2 from The Fast and the Furious (2001) with Michelle Rodriguez, Rick Yune. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
A major clampdown on human rights groups in Egypt has called into question the ruling military's pledges of reform, drawing a torrent of criticism for its handling of the transition from Hosni Mubarak.Powered by NewsLook.com Producer : AFP News
French police swooped on suspected radical Islamists in pre-dawn raids for the second time in less than a week Wednesday, arresting 10 people, a source close to the investigation said. Duration: 00:32Powered by NewsLook.com Producer : AFP News
A US official has confirmed that Special Forces carried out a raid inside Syrian territory on Sunday, targeting fighters staging attacks in Iraq.Syria said the soldiers attacked a house in a farming area near the town of Abu Kamal, about 8km inside the border with Iraq. Al Jazeera's Tom Ackerman reports.
The Listening Post's Salah Khadr looks at the US air raid on Eastern Syria last month, and the way that story was covered. There are two conflicting narratives: Damascus says four US helicopters illegally entered Syrian airspace from Iraq and killed innocent civilians; Washington says the target was a senior al-Qaeda figure. The eyewitness accounts and amateur video footage shown on Syrian TV posed a lot of questions that remain unanswered by the Pentagon and ignored by the Western media. We look at the difficulties of differentiating between truth and propaganda.In this week's Newsbytes: Israeli soldiers are put on trial for posting video evidence on YouTube of abusing a Palestinian civilian; the Pentagon launches TroopTube a tool for families to post messages to soldiers on the frontline; Syria backs a new TV channel aimed at Palestinians; strikes are affecting the broadcast of Indian soap operas; and the spoof edition of the New York Times with the headline 'Iraq War Ends' is exposed.Finally, for our Video of the Week the animators at satirical website 23/6 take a dig at the latecomers who've just jumped on board the Obama bandwagon.
Police armed with assault rifles raided the homes of Russia's top protest leaders on Monday in a show of force on the eve of a mass Moscow rally against President Vladimir Putin's rule. Powered by NewsLook.com Producer : AFP News
Yukina receives a letter from her missing brother, but overshadowing all that is a bomb threat involving four major department stores in Shanghai. While trying to stop the bomb plot the members encounter an adversary who may have powers similar to their own.
Investigations have revealed that a US raid this week killed five civilians in the western province of Khost. The US military has said it "deeply regrets the tragic loss of life".Al Jazeera's Todd Baer spoke to a boy who survived the raid, but lost his mother, brother, uncle and another female family member.
For a fourth day running, Pakistani troops have attacked tribal villages near the border with Afghanistan.The attack came in an area controlled by a local leader who cracks down on mobile phone ring tones and will not let women go shopping on his own.Al Jazeera's Sohail Rahman reports from the Khyber region where the ongoing operation helping to draw attention to the plight of women.
The offices of a Syrian pro-government television channel near Damascus were targeted by a deadly attack on Wednesday after President Bashar al-Assad said Syria was in a "state of war."Powered by NewsLook.com Producer : AFP News
Police raid a residence over a mortar tube toy.Police chases don’t always involve supercharged cars. Recently, a man from Georgia allegedly stole a Krispy Kreme delivery truck from a gas station.A police chase soon followed with officers trailing after the vehicle across Gwinnett County. The illegal driver ignored signals to pull over.The suspect drove erratically, speeding through several red lights, forcing another motorist off of the road and driving off of the street a few times. The chase reached speeds to up 70 miles per hours before the truck struck a mailbox. The male driver got out of the vehicle and attempted to take off on foot, but he was soon caught up with and apprehended. The man was identified as 45-year-old James Freddy Major.He is being charged with several felonies and traffic violations. Police believe he was under the influence of alcohol. Major is no stranger to the law as he has been arrested 11 times in the county since 1999.In 2007, officers in Wisconsin were busy chasing another stolen Krispy Kreme truck. A dash cam showed donuts flying out the back of the vehicle.Police eventually apprehended the suspect who they claim was intoxicated. Oddly, the drunk driver’s last name was Whitelightning.
My office isn't far from Zuccotti Park and when I heard it was being cleared I went down with my camera. I ended up filming for 18 hours until the Park was reopened at 6pm on November 15, 2011. The police presence was overwhelming, more than I've ever - more than during the blackout, more than the days after September 11th.
Israel has launched a new major offensive against Palestinian Hamas militants in Gaza after killing Hamas' military leader in an air raid.In response, the Palestinian Authority has urged the UN Security Council to take a stand on Israel's latest offensive.Powered by NewsLook.com Producer : Xinhua News Agency
The Pentagon said Tuesday a new book by a former Navy SEAL on the raid that killed Osama bin Laden contains "sensitive and classified information," opening the way to possible criminal charges against the author.Powered by NewsLook.com Producer : AFP News