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Damage in Israeli air base after Iran attack

Israeli army footage of what it says is the damage caused by the Iranian attack on the Nevatim Air Base, which was launched late Saturday in retaliation for a deadly air strike widely blamed on Israel that destroyed its consular building in Syria's capital early this month. AFP

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Six months of bloodshed: The toll on Gaza’s children

The bloodiest ever Gaza war which broke out over six months ago has taken an appalling toll on children. NGO Save the Children estimates that some 26,000 children have been killed or injured in the war, 17,000 have been orphaned, according to UNICEF, and 1 in 3 children under two years old in northern Gaza is suffering from acute malnutrition. In total, at least 33,207 people have been killed in the besieged Palestinian territory in Israel's retaliatory campaign for the October 7 attack, according to Hamas-run Gaza's health ministry. The unprecedented Hamas raid on southern Israel resulted in the deaths of 1,170 Israelis and foreigners, most of them civilians, according to an AFP tally based on official Israeli figures. AFP

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Gazans struggle to secure flour for daily bread

"I spent the night on Kuwait Roundabout to secure this bag of flour", says a Palestinian in Gaza City carrying a bag of flour he managed to get from an aid truck. A UN-backed report warned that half of Gazans are experiencing "catastrophic" hunger, with famine projected to hit the north of the territory unless there is urgent intervention. AFP

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All-new Maserati GranTurismo unveiled in Qatar

The all-new Maserati GranTurismo, described as a piece of history on wheels offering a journey through over seven decades of innovation and Italian craftsmanship, has been unveiled at the Alfardan Sports Motors Showroom at Medina Central on The Pearl Island.The story of the Maserati GranTurismo begins in the optimism of post-war Italy, a time when the world was ready to move past austerity and embrace beauty and speed. Maserati, already a famed name on the racetrack, introduced a car that could tear down the track on a week-end and elegantly tour the countryside on the week days.This was the birth of the “Gran Turismo” concept—a car that combined heart-pounding performance with the kind of luxury that makes a long journey not just bearable but delightful. As decades rolled on, the GranTurismo evolved, each model growing more sophisticated but always staying true to its dual-purpose roots: luxury coupled with breathtaking speed.The heart of the all-new Maserati GranTurismo beats with a V6 Nettuno engine, an engineering marvel inspired by Maserati's racing that encapsulates the thrill of Formula One but is smooth enough for a peaceful drive along the Corniche. This balance makes the GranTurismo a beloved choice for those in Qatar who cherish both the roar of a sports car and the whisper of a luxury sedan.Today, the Maserati GranTurismo is more than a car; it's a symbol of Maserati’s commitment to excellence. It’s adorned with sleek, fluid lines that trace back to its storied heritage, yet equipped with ultramodern tech that propels it firmly into the future. From its advanced infotainment systems to its proactive safety features, the GranTurismo marries the past to the present in a package that speaks of deep respect for its lineage, a statement added.

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