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43 more killed in Gaza in 24 hours

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43 more killed in Gaza

Anadolu

At least 43 people were killed in strikes carried out by Israeli forces in Gaza Strip in 24 hours, said the health ministry in Hamas-run Gaza on Sunday. According to the health ministry, the war death toll rose to at least 37,877 during nearly nine months of war.The ministry also said at least 86,969 people have so far been wounded in the Gaza Strip since the war began on 7 October.

Heavy battles and bombardment hit Gaza City’s Shujaiya district for a fourth day on Sunday, months after the Israeli army declared Hamas’s command structure dismantled in the northern area.Tens of thousands of Palestinians have fled the devastated neighbourhood, where the army said it has fought Hamas and Islamic Jihad militants both “above and below ground” in tunnels.

French polls: Far right in the lead but path forward unclear

DW

The far-right National Rally delivered its best results in the first round of voting in a high-stakes parliamentary election. But after President Emmanuel Macron’s gamble, the end destination is anyone’s guess.

Basking in the glory of a 33.5% projected victory in the first round of French parliamentary elections on Sunday evening, youthful National Rally (RN) President Jordan Bardella used his first post-exit poll address to pitch himself as a serious statesperson who was more than just the poster boy for France’s far-right campaign.

“Next Sunday, if the French people award us an absolute majority to put the country back on its feet, I intend to be the prime minister of all the French people, listening to each and every one of them, respecting the opposition and mindful of national unity,” the 28-year-old told a crowd in Paris. The far right looks closer to power than at any time since the Nazi occupation of France during

INDIA bloc protests against NEET row, ‘misuse of agencies’

Hindustan Times

Opposition MPs, including Lok Sabha LoP and Congress MP Rahul Gandhi, protest at the Parliament complex alleging the misuse of central agencies.

Parliament Session LIVE Updates: The second week of the first session of the 18th Lok Sabha is set to commence today, July 1, after being adjourned on Friday amid tussle between NDA and INDIA bloc leaders.

It is expected that today’s Parliament debate will see a stormy discussion regarding the NEET row as well as the Agnipath scheme. The opposition members are also likely to attack NDA over inflations rates and unemployment in India.

In the Lok Sabha, BJP member and former Union Minister Anurag Thakur is set to initiate the debate on the Motion of Thanks on the President’s Address. The Motion will be seconded by first term Lok Sabha member Bansuri Swaraj, the daughter of BJP stalwart late Sushma Swaraj.

6-day vs 4-day work week: UAE residents back longer weekends

Khaleej Times

Some expats said they would not reside in a nation that requires its residents to work six days a week.Various groups in the UAE are voicing their support for the country’s four to five-day work week, calling it a ‘progressive strategy’ and highlighting that it is crucial to move beyond the outdated idea that longer hours equate to increased productivity. The discussions are triggered by Greece’s announcement of a six-day work week that kicks off on July 1.

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