Israel demolishes several houses in Palestinian Bedouin village in West Bank
Israel has demolished most of a Bedouin village in the occupied West Bank, displacing seventy three Palestinians including forty-one children in the largest such demolition in years.
According to an official of the United Nations, the remains of the demolished village of Khirbet Humsah lay across the hillsides.
Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh in a tweet accused Israel of timing the demolition for Election Day as the attention was focused on US election; Israel chose this evening to commit another crime to demolish 70 Palestinian homes.
In the US Presidential Election, counting of votes has entered into final stage with Democrat Candidate Joe Biden getting closer to victory.
According to Fox News, Joe Biden is leading the tally with 264 electoral votes and he requires six more votes to win the Presidential Elections. Incumbent President and Republican Candidate Donald Trump has so far secured 214 electoral college votes.
In the US election, Americans vote for candidates called electors in their state who are supporting the candidate they want to become president. This process is called the Electoral College.