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In Iran, explosions occurred on the road to Kerman Cemetery, where the general is buried Qassem Soleimani. Today marks the fourth anniversary of his assassination by the United States and thousands of people gathered in Kerman for a ceremony in his honor. According to public television, at least 73 people died. The city's lieutenant governor described the explosions as a “terrorist attack.”
Hamas and other Palestinian groups fighting Israel have used Al-Shifa Hospital in Gaza City as a command center. This is reported by the New York Times, citing US intelligence sources.

2:16 p.m

Iran, state television: 73 dead in explosions in Kerman

The victims of the two explosions near the Kerman cemetery, where the Iranian general is buried Qassem Soleimanithere are at least 73. This was announced by Iranian public television.

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(afp) 1:57 p.m

Iran, explosions in Kerman: For the deputy governor it is a “terrorist attack”

The explosions occurred near the Iranian general's grave Qassem Soleimani In Kerman they were the result of a “terrorist attack,” said a state television report, citing the local deputy governor. At least 20 people were killed in the explosions (probably 50, according to the Tasnim agency). For Said Shearbaf, the mayor of the city where Soleimani is buried, the two explosions occurred ten minutes apart.

1:50 p.m

The IDF attacks Hezbollah targets in Lebanon

The Israeli Army (IDF) has attacked targets Hezbollah In Lebanon. Anti-tank missiles had previously been fired against Israel from the Land of the Cedars, which caused no casualties.

1:40 p.m

Iran, media: Probably more than 50 dead in explosions near Soleimani cemetery

According to the Iranian news agency Tasnim, the death toll from the two explosions near the cemetery where the general is buried is “probably” more than 50. Qassem Soleimani in Kerman.

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(afp) 1:24 p.m

Iran, Sky News Arabia: At least 20 dead in explosions at Soleimani cemetery

The death toll from the explosions was recorded in Kerman on the road leading to the cemetery where the Iranian general is buried Qassem Soleimani, whose murder marks the fourth anniversary today. Iranian sources reported this to Sky News Arabia and stated that the hypothesis of a terrorist attack cannot be ruled out.

1:15 p.m

Iran, images from outside the cemetery where Soleimani is buried

Excited scenes outside the Kerman cemetery where the Iranian general is buried Qassem Soleimani and where two explosions were reported during a ceremony in his honor (today is the fourth anniversary of his assassination by the US). Pictures from Snn TV, broadcast on X.

1:06 p.m

Iranian state television reports a second explosion at Soleimani's cemetery

According to Iranian state television, a second explosion occurred at the Kerman cemetery where the general is buried. Qassem Soleimani, killed by the United States exactly four years ago. It is not yet known whether there are any victims. Hundreds of people gathered at Kerman Cemetery today to remember Soleimani.

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Iranian media reports an explosion near General Soleimani's grave

Iranian media reports an explosion near the general's grave Qassem Soleimani on the fourth anniversary of his death. The explosion near the cemetery in the southern city of Kerman occurred during a ceremony marking the killing of Soleimani in a US drone strike on Baghdad airport in 2020.
Last year, on the third anniversary, a Revolutionary Guard commander was killed.

12:47 p.m

Egyptian and Palestinian sources: Egypt stops mediating after Arouri's murder

L'Egypt He has frozen his role as a mediator with Palestinian factions to find a solution to the war in Gaza following the killing of senior Hamas leader Saleh Arouri in Beirut. This was reported by Palestinian and Egyptian sources. According to the sources, the Hamas and Islamic Jihad movements also informed Cairo of the suspension of ceasefire negotiations with Israel. So far, Egypt has not officially communicated this step.


Haaretz: Digital leaflets calling on people to confront the IDF at midday are being distributed in the West Bank

Haaretz has published a digital leaflet on its website that, according to the Israeli newspaper, was distributed after the assassination of Hamas leader Saleh Arouri in the West Bank and was intended to call on the population to demonstrate at midday (i.e. from now on) and join the movement Israeli army, given the jet lag).

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An IDF military operation is underway in a refugee camp in the West Bank

The Israeli army (Idf) is conducting an operation in the Nur Shams refugee camp in the West Bank. So far, he has announced that he has used a drone “against armed Palestinians,” interrogated dozens of people and arrested six wanted people.


The Zman Yisrael website: “Secret talks between Israel and Congo on the emigration of Gazans”

Secret talks are reportedly underway between Israel and Congo aimed at relocating Congolese residents Gaza. This was reported by the website Zman Yisrael (Hebrew version of the Times of Israel), citing a senior source in the national security cabinet. According to the source, “Congo will be available to receive migrants from Gaza and we are also discussing with other countries.”


General strike in the West Bank over the killing of Arouri

Shops, schools and institutions are closed in the West Bank today; A general strike has been called to “mourn the death of Saleh al-Arouri,” the senior Hamas leader killed in an Israeli raid (not officially claimed) in Beirut yesterday. Al-Arouri was originally from the West Bank and people, Al-Jazeera reports, believe Israel killed him “to show victory to its people, while it cannot guarantee victory in Gaza.” Arouri's home in Arura, north of Ramallah, was blown up by Israeli forces in late October.

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Iranian Foreign Minister on Arouri’s murder: “Cowardly terrorist operation.” Condolences to Haniyeh”

Iran once again condemns the assassination of senior Hamas leader Saleh Arouri, who was killed by an Israeli drone in Beirut yesterday along with two Al-Qassam Brigades commanders and two others.
“For the martyrdom of al-Arouri and some of his companions, I express my condolences to Ismail Haniyeh, the head of the political office of Hamas, the members of the liberation movement and the heroic nation of Palestine,” writes the minister further Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian. “Such a cowardly terrorist operation,” the message continued, “shows that the Zionist regime [così l’Iran definisce Israele, ndr] “Has achieved none of its goals despite direct support from the White House after weeks of war crimes, genocide and destruction in Gaza and the West Bank.” Amirabdollahian adds that “this regime’s terror machine represents a serious alarm for the security of all countries in the region.”


More Houthi missiles against merchant ships

Yemen's Houthi rebels have fired two more missiles at merchant ships traveling in the Red Sea near the strategic Bab el-Mandeb strait, the US military said, following a report by Britain's Maritime Safety Agency. The United Kingdom Maritime Trade Operations initially reported explosions near a merchant ship traveling between the coasts of Eritrea and Yemen. “The commander reports no damage to the ship and the crew is currently safe,” the agency, run by Britain's Royal Navy, said in a brief message. U.S. Central Command later said Houthi rebels fired two anti-ship ballistic missiles into the southern Red Sea, where there were several merchant ships, but “none of them reported any damage.”

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UN: 142 staff members killed since war began

The UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) announced that 142 of its staff have been killed in Gaza since the war began. The agency also estimates that there are 1.9 million internally displaced people in the Gaza Strip, accounting for more than 85% of the population. Nearly 1.4 million internally displaced people lived in 155 UNRWA facilities in all five Gaza governorates, including 160,000 in the north and Gaza City. Approximately 400,000 people live near these facilities and are supported by the agency. A total of 1.79 million internally displaced people are receiving assistance from UNRWA.


007 USA: Hamas uses hospital as command center

Hamas and other Palestinian groups fighting Israel have used Al-Shifa Hospital in Gaza as a command center. This is reported by the New York Times, citing American intelligence sources. The hospital was at the center of an internationally criticized Israeli operation. According to 007, Hamas militants evacuated the hospital a few days before the operation, destroying all documents and electronic devices. In addition, some hostages were in the hospital for several days.


Macron to Israel: Avoid escalation in Lebanon

French President Emmanuel Macron called on Israel to avoid escalation “particularly in Lebanon” following the attack that killed Hamas's deputy leader in Beirut. Macron, who spoke by phone with Israeli minister and War Cabinet member Benny Gantz, said that “it is important to avoid any escalation stance” and that France will continue to convey these messages to all actors directly or indirectly involved in the region.


“Israel did not inform the US about the attack in Beirut”

Israel did not inform the United States in advance of the raid that killed Hamas number two, Saleh al-Arouri. This was reported by the Axios agency, citing some sources who said the Biden administration had already been informed during the attack.

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Two Israeli soldiers injured in Hezbollah attack

Two Israeli soldiers were slightly injured in a Hezbollah anti-tank missile attack on a military position near the community of Menara on the border with Lebanon. This is reported by the Times of Israel, adding that there was no confirmation from the military.


USA: irresponsible idea to drive Palestinians out of Gaza

The United States rejects the statements of Israeli Ministers Bezalel Smotrich and Itamar Ben Gvir on the exodus of Palestinian civilians from Gaza. “This rhetoric is irresponsible,” said State Department spokesman Matthew Miller. “Gaza is Palestinian land and will remain so since Hamas is no longer in control of its future,” Miller stressed.


Blinken postpones trip to Israel

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has postponed his trip to Israel until early next week. This was reported by The Times of Israel newspaper, citing government officials. According to the Israeli newspaper, the postponement had nothing to do with the murder of Hamas number two Saleh al-Arouri in Lebanon. Blinken was expected later this week.