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Two dead and toddler injured after Trump’s Jerusalem declaration provokes ‘day of rage’

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Two people have been killed after a ‘day of rage’ prompted by Donald Trump‘s Jerusalem declaration.

Distressing images from the region show that young children are among the wounded after Israel launched fresh airstrikes in response to rocket fire from the enclave.

The Palestinian Islamist Hamas group said two of its gunmen were killed in the bombings.

Militants fired at least three rockets toward Israeli towns from the Hamas-controlled strip on Friday, declared a ‘day of rage’ by Palestinian factions protesting U.S. President Donald Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

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‘IAF (Israeli Air Force) aircraft targeted four facilities belonging to the Hamas terror organization in the Gaza Strip: Two weapons manufacturing sites, a weapons warehouse, a military compound,’ the Israeli military said in a statement.

The Israeli military says it targeted four Hamas facilities early Saturday in response to rockets fired the previous day, including one that landed in the town of Sderot without causing casualties or major damage.

The military says it struck military warehouses and weapons manufacturing sites.

Hamas says it recovered the bodies of two of its men.

Israel considers Hamas responsible for all rocket fire emanating from Gaza, which is home to other armed groups.

Toddler injured after Trump's Jerusalem declaration provokes 'day of rage'

The conflagration was the latest fallout from President Donald Trump’s announcement recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

Palestinians clashed with Israeli troops in dozens of West Bank hotspots Friday and along the Gaza border, where the men were killed.

On December 6, Trump announced: I have determined that it is time to officially recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

‘I am also directing the State Department to begin preparation to move the American Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.’

 

 

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Snowstorm kills one in North Carolina -US

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A snow storm has swept through the US’s south-eastern states, killing at least one person and leaving 298.000 people with electricity outage.



the authorities has declared state of emergency in North Carolina after the snow storm weigh stronger and the situation has also lead to cancellation of flights across the region.

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Authorities confirmed that one man died after a tree fell on his car. A search is under way for a driver whose vehicle was found in a river.

As a result, North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper told news agency. the state’s “biggest concern” was not the snow but “ice making roads even more dangerous”.

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The police has disclosed that almost 60 crashes were reported in Virginia, with the number rising to 500 in North Carolina between midnight and 11:00 local time on Sunday.

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The nation weather service lead forecaster Michael Schichtel had predicted the outcome of the storm to be a dangerous system in a tweet.

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Sudan Helicopter mishap leaves Governor, six others dead.

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At least seven local government officials were killed in a helicopter crash in Sudan’s eastern al-Qadarif state on Sunday, state news agency SUNA reported.



The state’s governor and three security officials were among the dead. A number of people were also injured in the incident, SUNA said.

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The officials had been carrying out a security tour of the province.

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It was not immediately clear what caused the crash. State TV earlier reported that a plane, not a helicopter, had crashed. Al-Qadarif state is known for its farmland and agricultural projects.

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