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ISRAELI AIRSTRIKES CAUSE DAMAGE IN SOUTHERN LEBANON; HEZBOLLAH MOURNS MARTYRSMSX Drops 12 Points

The latest Israeli enemy attacks were recorded at midnight, as enemy warplanes raided the outskirts of the town of Bani Hayan, causing material damage to properties, our reporter said on Wednesday.

The enemy also carried out a series of airstrikes yesterday afternoon, using warplanes and drones, on the outskirts of the southern Lebanese towns of Naqoura, Yaroun, Jabaline, Dhaira, Ayta al-Shaab, and Beit Lif.

Of note, both electricity and water networks, as well as public and internal roads, were affected in the southern villages and towns adjacent to the Blue Line.

Throughout the night and into Wednesday morning, enemy reconnaissance aircraft flew over villages in the western and central sectors, extending to the outskirts of the city of Tyre, penetrating unusually deep into the southern region.

Additionally, the Israeli enemy launched flares into the skies over the western and central sectors.

It is worth mentioning that Hezbollah mourns three of its martyrs from the city of Tyre at 11:00 am. The martyr
s were killed during the hostile raid on a house in the town of Beit Lif over the past two days.

Source: National News Agency – Lebanon

Muscat: Muscat Stock Exchange (MSX) general index (30) today dropped (12.8) points, comprising a decline by (0.28%) to close at (4546.61) points, compared to the last session, which stood at (4559.43) points.

The trading value today stood at (RO 2,880,056), comprising a rise by (15.4%), compared to the last session, which stood at (RO 2,495,978).

The report released by MSX pointed out that the market value went down by (0.182%) to reach about (RO 23.77) billion.

The report added that the value of shares bought by non-Omani investors reached (RO 474,000), comprising (16.46%). The value of shares sold by non-Omani investors reached (RO 696,000), comprising (24.17%). The net non-Omani investment rose by (7.71%) to (RO 222,000).

Source: Oman News Agency

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