The Israeli army has said it carried out air attacks against Hamas positions in the Gaza Strip on Sunday in response to rocket attacks and firebombs sent into Israeli territory attached to balloons.
The raids come after clashes broke out on Saturday evening along the Gaza-Israeli border, the army said.
The Israeli army said dozens of Palestinian “rioters burned tyres, hurled explosive devices and grenades towards the security fence and attempted to approach it”.
Over the past week, Israeli forces have carried out repeated night-time attacks on targets linked to Hamas, the group that governs the Gaza Strip.
Earlier tonight, rockets were fired from Gaza into Israel.
In response, our Air Force just struck Hamas terror targets in Gaza, including a military compound used to store rocket ammunition.
A brand new Hong Kong safety legislation got here into impact on Wednesday that can punish crimes of secession, subversion, terrorism and collusion with overseas forces with as much as life in jail, heralding a extra authoritarian period for China’s freest metropolis.
Hong Kong authorities threw a safety blanket throughout the territory early on Wednesday, the 23rd anniversary of the previous British colony’s handover to Chinese language rule, solely hours after Beijing imposed the brand new laws.
Some two dozen Western nations, together with the UK and the USA, have urged China to rethink the safety legislation, saying Beijing should protect rights to meeting and free speech that have been agreed when Hong Kong was returned to China in 1997.
China says the legislation is focused at a number of “troublemakers” and accuses the UK and US of interfering in inner issues and fomenting unrest in Hong Kong.