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Three US troops injured during Gaza aid pier op, one in critical condition

Three US troops have suffered noncombat injuries during construction of a pier off the coast of Gaza to bring humanitarian aid to Palestinians

Biden’s top military adviser: 'IDF should not have withdrawn from northern Gaza'

The Pentagon’s top general offered a rare critique of Israel’s war strategy

Politico: US fears Iran will blame America or Israel for Raisi's death

The Biden administration fears that Iran may accuse the United States or Israel of involvement in the helicopter crash that killed Ebrahim Raisi.

Blinken questions ICC's legitimacy on Israel

Blinken said the U.S. "strongly rejects" the ICC's request to issue arrest warrants for Israeli leaders as well as Hamas leaders.

Sullivan meets with Saudi Arabia's Prince: security deal to include Israel normalization almost ready

Washington has been trying to bring Riyadh around to recognizing the State of Israel for the first time

Peacekeepers in Gaza, conflict with Cairo, disputes in Manama: What has happened in the Middle East

Expert on Arab affairs Marianna Belenkaya analyses the results of the summit of the League of Arab States, Egypt's threats to downgrade diplomatic relations with Israel, and the future of the Gaza Strip after the war

American humanitarian pier installed off Gaza coast

The US Central Command announced the completion of a pier installation for delivering humanitarian aid to Gaza.