Print 1, shares This picture taken on July 14, , shows Palestinian rockets being fired from Gaza toward Israel. Get The Times of Israel's Daily Edition by email and never miss our top stories Free Sign Up It was not immediately clear which Palestinian terrorist group was responsible for the mortar attack. The shelling and subsequent retaliatory strike came hours after Hamas and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad terrorist groups announced that they agreed to a ceasefire with Israel, following talks with Egypt and other international bodies. A senior Israeli defense official would not directly comment on the reported ceasefire, but said:
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They were also beginning to receive friendly fire from allied troops who did not know their location. Surrounded by the Germans, many were killed and wounded in the first day and by the second day, merely [ verification needed ] men were still alive and not captured. Because his runners were consistently intercepted or killed by the Germans, Whittlesey began dispatching messages by pigeon. A second bird was sent with the message, "Men are suffering. Can support be sent? After another pigeon provided incorrect coordinates to headquarters, resulting in a barrage inadvertently targeting the battalion, "Cher Ami" was dispatched with a note, written on onion paper, in a canister on her left leg, We are along the road paralell to Our own artillery is dropping a barrage directly on us.
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He owns an import wholesale business in Los Angeles. His goods, such as toys and T-shirts, come from China through the largest port complex in the United States, the twin ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. He expects a 10 to 20 percent increase in shipping costs because of the trade war between the United States and China. China is the largest trading partner for both ports. Shipping costs likely to rise China is the largest trading partner for both ports.
Print 25 shares An iceberg grounded outside the village of Innarsuit, an island settlement in the Avannaata municipality in northwestern Greenland, July 13, The authorities have urged residents of the Innaarsuit island settlement with houses on a promontory to move away from the shore over fears that the meter over feet high iceberg, which was spotted on Thursday, could swamp the area. Get The Times of Israel's Daily Edition by email and never miss our top stories Free Sign Up The settlement in northwestern Greenland has inhabitants, but only those living closest to the iceberg have been evacuated, Ritzau reported. Eliassen, a member of the village council, told the local newspaper Sermitsiaq that it was not unusual for large icebergs to be seen close to Innaarsuit.