Press TV's news headline

Genocide in Gaza

The Israeli military’s relentless attacks on the Gaza Strip continue to take more civilian lives. At least 29 people were killed when a home in central Gaza City was hit. Another 20 civilians lost their lives in Israeli strikes on other areas across the coastal sliver. Israeli forces also targeted a number of journalists in the Nuseirat camp, central Gaza causing causalities. According to medical sources, one of the journalists is in critical condition. More than 33,600 people have been killed in Gaza since Israel began its genocidal war there. Thousands more remain missing. A Geneva-based human rights organization has estimated that over 13,000 Gazans are unaccounted for. Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Monitor says many of those missing are either under the rubble or have been buried in indiscriminate mass graves.

West Bank killings

Israeli forces have killed two Palestinians in their latest raids in the occupied west bank. Israeli troops raided the city of Tubas in the northeast West Bank. They killed a member of the Hamas resistance movement after they opened fire at his vehicle. The man was identified as Muhammad Rasoul Daraghmeh. He was the son of senior Hamas member Omar Daraghmeh who passed away in Israeli jail in October. To the south of Tubas, Israeli forces also killed a Palestinian during a military raid into Al-Far'a camp. The regime has intensified its attacks in the West Bank since it launched its war on Gaza in early October. Since then, at least 462 Palestinians have been killed in the West Bank.

'Aggressor must be punished'

Iran says Israel’s attack on its Syria embassy violated the immunity of diplomatic premises and necessitates legitimate defense to punish the aggressor.

Press TV’s website can also be accessed at the following alternate addresses:

Press TV News Roku