6. Israel hints at taking over security of Gaza Strip
Israel will take on security responsibility for Gaza Strip for an indefinite period after the end of fighting, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Monday in the first direct comment on his government`s plans for the Palestinian territory`s future.
Hamas has been ruling Gaza for the past 16 years. The White House, however, said that the United States would oppose a reoccupation of Gaza by Israel`s military in post-conflict Gaza
7. Turkish parliament dumps products over Israel support
Turkiye`s parliament removed two international brands from its restaurants on Tuesday over their alleged support for Israel, according to an official statement and a source who named the two companies.
The two companies did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
`The products of companies that support Israel will not be sold in restaurants, cafeterias and tea houses in the parliament campus, Turkish`s national assembly said, without identifying the companies. Speaker Numan Kurtulmus made the decision, it added, in order to `support public sensitivity regarding boycotting products of companies who have openly declared their sup-port for Israel`s war crimes (and) killing of innocent people in Gaza` A parliamentary source said a popular beverage and instant coffee of a Swiss company were the only brands removed from menus, adding the decision was meant to respond to `huge public outcry against these companies` for supporting Israel
8. Russia formally withdraws from CFE treaty
Russia on Tuesday formally withdrew from a landmark security treaty which limited key categories of conventional armed forces, blaming the United States for undermining post Cold War security with the enlargement of the Nato military alliance.
The 1990 Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe (CFE), signed a year after the fall of the Berlin Wall, placed verifiable limits on categories of conventional military equipment that Nato and the then-Warsaw Pact could deploy
9. Sunak makes pre-poll pitch in first King`s Speech since 1951
Charles III delivered the first King`s Speech in 72 years on Tuesday, formally opening the UK parliament with a run-down of his government`s legislative plans as an election looms.
From a golden throne in the House of Lords, the 74-yearold monarch outlined Conservative Prime Minister Rishi Sunak`s wish list of new laws that reinforced dividing lines with the main opposition Labour party
10. Incredible Maxwell blows away Afghanistan as Australia reach semis
Glenn Maxwell fought through cramps to smash a stunning 201 not out off 128 balls, single-handedly guiding Australia to an improbable three-wicket win over Afghanistan in a World Cup match on Tuesday and sealing the team`s spot in the semifinals.
Afghanistan appeared set for a famous victory against five-time champions Australia at the floodlit Wankhede Stadium, reducing them to 91 for seven wickets after setting them a victory target of 292
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