Israel says munitions used 'too small' to ignite deadly fire at Rafah tent, blames second blast - Times of India

Israel says munitions used ‘too small’ to ignite deadly fire at Rafah tent, blames second blast – Times of India

Displaced Palestinians inspect their tents destroyed by Israel’s bombardment, adjunct to an UNRWA facility west of Rafah city. (AP Photo) The Israeli military says an initial investigation into a strike that sparked a deadly fire in Rafah has found the blaze was caused by a secondary explosion. Daniel Hagari, the chief military spokesman, said Tuesday…

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From 'Lavender' to 'Where's Daddy?': How Israel is using AI tools to hit Hamas militants - Times of India

From ‘Lavender’ to ‘Where’s Daddy?’: How Israel is using AI tools to hit Hamas militants – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Israeli military operations employing artificial intelligence (AI) to target Hamas militants in Gaza have intensified scrutiny as civilian casualties rise. A report by Israeli outlets +972 Magazine and Local Call highlighted the use of two AI systems, “Lavender” and “Where’s Daddy?” in the conflict. “Lavender” is tasked with identifying suspected militants and their…

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Unwanted Pregnancies: Strategies for Israeli Hostages of Hamas Militants | World News - Times of India

Unwanted Pregnancies: Strategies for Israeli Hostages of Hamas Militants | World News – Times of India

Following the October 7 assault in southern Israel by Hamas militantsover 130 Israelis still remain captive. A recent report has raised concerns about the possibility of captives, particularly women, facing sexual violence in Gaza, leading to unwanted pregnancies.Earlier this week, a group of relatives of those held captive stormed a parliamentary committee session in Jerusalem,…

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