Israel and Palestine are heading for “full-scale war” as the death toll rose to 71 last night.
Military chiefs in Israel bombarded Gaza with 80 jet strikes and lined up tanks on the Palestinian border.
United Nations Middle East envoy Tor Wennesland urged: “Stop the fire immediately. We’re escalating towards a full-scale war.”
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Most of my landscape paintings are from my Residential area and from north Italy. I use various techniques, but mostly Oil on canvas. I decided several years ago that I will not try to reach the reality; I am trying to put the colors and shapes as I view them; sometimes, the place is the exactly the same spot, but the artworks are so different." - Dita Jacobovitz