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Russia claims Ukrainian drone attack aimed at assassinating Putin
Russian officials have claimed that Ukraine attempted to assassinate President Vladimir Putin using two drones, which were disabled by Russian defense systems. The Kremlin called the incident a terrorist action and threatened retaliation against Ukraine. However, Ukrainian officials have denied involvement in the alleged drone attack. US officials have said that they cannot validate the authenticity of the reports. Some analysts have suggested that the claims may be a Russian disinformation campaign, while others have warned against rushing to conclusions.
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ASSOCIATED PRESS — Israeli airstrikes on Gaza kill Palestinian as violence ebbs
Israeli airstrikes on the Gaza Strip killed one man and injured five others on Wednesday in response to rockets launched by Palestinian militants. The exchange of violence began after a prominent Palestinian detainee, Khader Adnan, died in Israeli custody after an 87-day hunger strike. Palestinian militants fired 100 rockets into southern Israel, and the Israeli military responded by striking tunnels, arms production sites, and military installations in Gaza. The violence appeared to ebb as both sides signaled they wanted to avoid a wider conflict. The spike in violence comes at a time of heightened tensions in the occupied West Bank under Israel’s most right-wing government in history. Israel also demolished the family homes of two Palestinians who carried out deadly attacks against Israelis last fall.
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