International NGO Save the Children said around 800,000 young people in Gaza have "never known life without the blockade".
Capture of the port city will give Russia a land route to connect Crimea with the separatist-held regions of Donbass. It will also boost the morale of Putin’s troops, who are facing unexpected resistance.
Saudi Arabia enjoyed a widespread bout of solidarity after the Khashoggi report, but as US-Saudi tensions grow, GCC states may find themselves in a perpetual balancing act.
Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Oman, and Kuwait express optimism that a years-long boycott of Doha by Arab quartet will come to an end following "fruitful discussions" over the issue.
The latest incident comes a week after Israel had carried out a similar strike with fighter planes, helicopters and tanks, hitting what the army said were Hamas targets in response rockets launched from Gaza.
Khalifa Haftar said his militias would let oil production resume after an eight-month blockade and a senior politician in Tripoli said a committee would be formed to ensure fair distribution of revenues.
The UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Egypt imposed a boycott on Qatar in June 2017, severing diplomatic and transport ties and accusing it of supporting terrorism, which it denies.
The Palestinian group says through Egyptian and UN efforts it has been agreed to "return to the era of calm." Israel has not officially confirmed the cessation of hostilities.
A year ago some of its neighbours blockaded Qatar, accusing the tiny Gulf state of supporting terrorism, being too close to Iran and destabilising the region. With the aid of Turkey, and with a deepening relationship with Tehran, Qatar is resisting.
The legal challenge comes amid growing international criticism of Israel for its use of lethal force and a mounting casualty toll since the weekly protests started.
Aid workers will fly from Jordan's Amman to Yemen's capital, but still no green light to bring humanitarian supply ships to the ports of Hodeidah and Salif.
Israel will start a project to block underground tunnels between it and Gaza. But Hamas says they will continue to use the tunnels connecting Gaza with Egypt and Israel until the borders open.
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