Three teenage boys, aged between 12 and 14, have been killed in an Israeli airstrike in the southeastern Gaza Strip.
"The three were acting the same way as during previous incidents in which the terrorists had placed explosives in the same place", said the israeli army.
The teens' bodies were wrapped in Palestinian flags and carried by mourners who shot in the air as they chanted "God is great".
"It's normal for them to go there, and that's why we did not expect them to be martyred", said Salwa Abu Isied, Khaled's mother.
The activists formed a line to stop dozens of trucks from delivering supplies into Gaza in protest of the continuous rocket fire on the south.
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres "deplores" the deaths of the three Palestinian children, a spokesman said.
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Another report in the Times of India said the government had mentioned the rule to the RBI in consultations, without invoking it. For the goal , extensive consultations on several issues take place between the government and the RBI from time to time.
According to the palestinian Centre for Human rights, they were between the ages of 14 to 15 years. "These are small children", he said.
More than 205 Palestinians, including 37 children, have been killed in Gaza since March 30.
One Israeli soldier has been killed along the frontier in that time.
Since March, Gaza witnesses protest every Friday because of Israel's unwillingness to accept the Palestinians' Right to Return, a United Nations recognized right for families and children of more than 750,000 Palestinians who left their homes, towns, and cities in 1948 when Israel was founded.
Several fishing boats also sailed off the northern cost of the enclave, together with the protest on the beach of Gaza close to the border with Israel, which takes place every Monday. Islamic Jihad, which sometimes acts independently from Hamas, was behind the latest rocket fire into Israel, which it said was in retaliation for the killing of four Palestinians during a Friday protest along the boundary fence.
The company's 5.07 million units sold for the first half of this fiscal is up from 4.89 million for the same period a year ago . For the holidays, the Switch is sure to enjoy a huge boost in sales thanks to the game releases Nintendo has planned.
Dozens of Western officials, bankers and executives boycotted a major investment conference in Riyadh this week. Mr Jubeir, however, insisted that US-Saudi relations would weather the fallout of Khashoggi's murder.
Just as Federer looked to be settling into form after almost 30 unforced errors in the opening set, more disruption ensued. The third set looked like going Federer's way, with the seed breaking in the second game, but losing serve in the seventh.
Kershaw, who now has the choice to opt out of his Dodgers contract, was left with yet another postseason disappointment. I think he excels in dealing with the media, which in Boston is a bigger job than some other places".
Video from the hospital showed adults wailing in grief as children covered in blood were rushed from ambulances into the building. China has suffered a number of such incidents in recent years, blamed largely on the mentally ill or people bearing grudges.
The Statue of Unity is a 3.5-hour drive from the major city of Ahmedabad and a two-hour drive from the Vadodara airport. The statue is part of Modi's poll promise which helped the BJP come to power in 2014 by defeating the Congress.
The workers had refused to drink from a bucket of water Asia Bibi had touched because she was not Muslim. It is a case which has drawn global attention to Pakistan's blasphemy laws and divided the nation.
Miller escaped unhurt, but US Brigadier General Jeffrey Smiley was among 13 people wounded in the shooting claimed by the Taliban. Ibrahimi said 111 candidates were vying for 11 seats in Parliament from southern Kandahar in Afghanistan's 249-seat chamber.
The tremor - which had a magnitude of at least 6.4 - was felt as far away as Albania, Italy, Libya and Malta, reports Reuters. Power was lost in the island capital and main town, also called Zakynthos , but no major damage was reported there.
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The Supreme Court has never ruled squarely about the clause's application to children of immigrants who are in the USA illegally. In fact, many legal scholars say the 14th Amendment is clear in conferring citizenship on people born in the United States.
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There aren't a lot of new features on the software side of things, barring new camera features and new navigation gestures. The company terms this feature as Screen Unlock and it claims it is the fastest in-screen fingerprint sensor in the world.
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