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This film of the legendary Up In Smoke tour from 2000 gives you a front row seat to the greatest hip hop experience ever captured on film. The combination of Ice Cube, Eminem, Dr Dre and Snoop Dogg was always going to be extraordinary and so it proved. Filmed across the tour as it travelled through America it shows the controversy, the girls, the humour and most of all some of the finest live hip hop performances ever seen

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It’s one of those music fan mental exercises, like assembling a “desert island” list of essential albums: What would the ultimate concert be? In rock maybe you go with the fantasy bill of Elvis, the Rolling Stones and the Clash. For country, Hank Williams, Willie Nelson and Johnny Cash are surely tenable. And in R & B, try to find a better lineup than Aretha Franklin, Marvin Gaye and Stevie Wonder.

But what about rap?

Well, how about Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg and Ice Cube? And, just for fun, throw in that mercurial upstart Eminem, just to keep the kids interested. Now that would be a dream team for sure--but it’s no daydream. In fact, that stellar squad is on its way to an arena near you.

The Up in Smoke tour, headlined by Dre and featuring a deep supporting cast (Warren G, Xzibit, Kurupt, Mack 10, WC, Tha Eastsidaz, MC Ren), assembles tonight in Chula Vista to kick off a national tour that visits the Arrowhead Pond in Anaheim on Friday and Sunday.

“It is, without a doubt, the greatest rap tour in our time,” says Michael Papale, a partner in The Firm, the management company for Cube, the Backstreet Boys and Korn. “I equate it to when the Who and Clash toured. . . . This tour galvanizes a generation and galvanizes the races. You won’t believe the crowd, it’s going to be like going to a Laker game.”

Even if this tour boasts more stars than the Lakers, it may not qualify with some as the clear-cut winner as the ultimate fantasy rap concert. There are strong cases to be made, of course, for Tupac Shakur, Public Enemy, the Beastie Boys or Run DMC.

“Yeah, so I’m not going to say it’s the greatest ever,” Cube says. “But it is definitely something special. . . . Everybody on this bill is as famous as famous can be. They have nothing to prove to anybody, so there’s a comfort level. We’re all here as a West Coast family.”

The tour also benefits from some intriguing subplots, among them Eminem’s recent legal woes, the reunion of three of N.W.A’s surviving members and, despite Cube’s view of it as a family affair, the task of juggling major star egos.

“It’s hard; the problem is there’s not enough time and too much talent,” says Xzibit, the 25-year-old Los Angeles rapper. “It was extremely hard sequencing the show. . . . It’s about 3 1/2 hours, but Dre took care of it. It came down to the best of the best from everybody. The show never stops moving.”

Didn’t some acts want a bigger chunk of stage time? “Oh yeah,” Xzibit said with a chuckle. “But Dre is the president, this is his show. It’s Dre time.”

Or, as Papale, Cube’s manager, says: “It’s Dre’s world right now, we just live in it.” That’s what they used to say about Frank Sinatra, and its not a stretch to say Dre is now the chairman of the board in the rap world. Besides his work in the seminal gangsta rap group N.W.A, Dre has now put his imprint on several key moments in hip-hop history.

His “Dr. Dre 2001” disc, released in November, is closing in on 5 million copies sold and has, remarkably, outsold his watershed 1992 disc “The Chronic,” which introduced the world to a young rapper named Snoop Doggy Dogg and yielded the song “Nuthin’ but a ‘G’ Thang,” named by Spin Magazine as the best single of the 1990s.

Dre is playing the role of mentor-producer for a young phenom again, this time with the 26-year-old Marshall Mathers--better known as Eminem, the hottest rapper today. Anointed and accompanied by Dre, Eminem has become the first solo white rapper to earn huge commercial success and street credibility within a genre dominated by black artists.

Eminem’s guest appearances on “Dr. Dre 2001” hits such as “Forgot About Dre” not only pumped up sales of that disc, they also churned up further fan interest in the young rapper. That paid off at the end of last month, when Eminem’s second album, “The Marshall Mathers LP,” sold 1.8 million copies in its first week. That set a record for single-week sales by a solo artist and set the stage for quick sell-outs for the Up in Smoke tour. The disc has held on to the No. 1 spot for three weeks now.

“The timing absolutely could not be better for this tour,” says Gary Bongiovanni, the editor-in-chief of Pollstar, a trade publication for the concert industry. “It has an incredibly strong bill, and Eminem is hanging on at No. 1. Eminem brings a huge cross-cultural appeal.”

The heat surrounding Eminem might suggest that he would be better served by a splashy solo tour.

“Yeah, it’s a concern,” says Paul Rosenberg, Eminem’s manager. “But we made this commitment to Dre a while ago, and the best thing for Eminem long term is tour with Dre right now, not to go out and do something quick. . . . This helps take him to the next level, performing in front of large crowds with Dr. Dre, which is what people want to see right now.”

The West Coast version of the show opens with Warren G and Eastsidaz. Then comes Eminem’s solo set; Cube with MC Ren, Mack 10 and WC; and finally Dre and Snoop. But throughout the show (which will be staged on multiple sets, including one that an insider compared to Superman’s icy Fortress of Solitude), they’ll perform in various combinations. More than once, most or all the rappers will be on stage together. And, while MC Ren is not on the official bill, several sources say he will join the tour, setting the stage for him to join Cube and Dre for a reunion of most of N.W.A.

“There will be just a smidgen of N.W.A,” Cube says, “We want to do a full N.W.A tour later this year, so we’re just going to give people a taste, just enough. . . . There will be a lot going on, the show will be almost four hours. But it’s not going to be one of those shows you get tired of, believe me.”

Rap Has Proved Weak on the Road

So promoters in the 40-plus cities on the tour must be thrilled, right? “That’s tough to read,” Bongiovanni says. The reason is that hard-core rap and hip-hop in general have rarely spawned blockbuster tours. The rap genre may be a dynamo in record stores, but it has often fizzled on the road.

The Hard Knock Life tour, headlined by Jay-Z and DMX, was a strong performer in 1999, and the Smokin’ Grooves festival logged a few good years on the road before it was discontinued last year, but they have been the exceptions to the rule. No hard-core show hasbeen among the Top 10-grossing tours in any of the last four years, even though the genre’s albums are routinely among the top sellers at retail.

Bongiovanni and others point to a variety of factors for the rap-concert doldrums, among them fans’ perception of possible danger. There’s also the ethos of the shows themselves: The genre is so married to studio and turntable wizardry that live performances can rarely match the recorded versions of the music. Some tours have been fraught with disorganization and poor sound technology as well, perhaps a reflection of the dearth of top promoters risking their time and money on the genre.

Last year, the Ruff Ryders/Cash Money Millionaires tour--featuring multi-platinum stars such as DMX, Juvenile and Eve--was the top hip-hop offering, and it stumbled badly. Shows in Irvine, Miami, Philadelphia and Tampa, Fla., were canceled or postponed in the weeks after six people were stabbed during a backstage melee at a Boston area arena.

“With the hard-core rap shows, a lot of promoters fear that there might be some incident at their show or at one the week before,” Bongiovanni says. “It only takes a few knuckleheads.”

Another variable might cross the minds of promoters for the Up in Smoke tour--the volatility of Eminem, who may be the biggest draw on the bill.

A week after “The Marshall Mathers LP” debuted at No. 1, the Detroit rapper was in a Michigan court to answer felony assault and weapons charges stemming from two confrontations. A judge ordered Eminem to return to court in July, but he also allowed the rapper to leave the state and join the tour. (“It’s not like we won’t know where he is,” notes William Harding, a Macomb County, Mich., prosecutor.)

Eminem has been praised by many critics as a superior wordsmith who offers both wry and scathing appraisals of youthful angst, but he also has been the target of advocacy groups for parents, women, gays and lesbians, all of whom take exception to the clowning rapper’s delight at profane, graphic and violent lyrics.

Of course, all of that notoriety may actually help the tour.

“We sold out two shows in one day,” says Ken Scher, an executive vice president at Nederlander, which handles bookings at the Arrowhead Pond. “You can’t get any stronger indication of how marketable this genre is and the strength of this package.”

This tour also has an advantage that few hip-hop tours can claim: history.

“Part of the problem with hip-hop tours is there isn’t a legacy,” says Peter Paterno, Dre’s attorney. “Metallica has been playing since 1982, U2 has been playing since the early ‘80s, so they’ve built bonds over years and years. . . . Not a lot of hip-hop artists have that, or material that deep. . . . With these guys, it’s just hit after hit after hit.”

Agreements Were Reached in March

The all-star tour concept was hatched by Dre late last year and began taking its final form in January and February, and by March the agreements had been made, according to managers for the acts. Organizers acknowledge there were struggles reaching accord on money issues and stage time, but Papale, Cube’s manager, said those squabbles were never bitter or drawn out.

“Really there was a sense of a family atmosphere,” he said. “These guys work great together. It developed and grew very organically or it never would have happened.”

Added Paterno: “It was a nightmare, but it was a good nightmare.”

Xzibit, a junior partner in this grand stable of stars, says he would never have let financial matters keep him off a stage with Dre and Cube. “Even if I was going along without a dime, I would still go,” he says, “This isn’t even about the money. It’s a big show and its going to be under a magnifying glass.”

That scrutiny explains why Dre--a famously meticulous craftsman--ordered what Xzibit calls a “lock-down” for rehearsals early this week in Chula Vista. Only the crew and performers were allowed in, according to an official with Interscope Records, Dre’s label. Dre also spent two days last week working with the tour’s sound system. “Believe me,” Paterno says, “it’ll be state of the art . . . and it’s going to be the best rap tour ever. There isn’t any doubt about it.”

Up in Smoke with Dr. Dre, Eminem, Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, Warren G, Westside Connection, Mack 10, Tha Eastsidaz, Kurupt, Xzibit tonight at Coors Amphitheatre, 2050 Otay Valley Road, Chula Vista. 7 p.m. (619) 671-3600. Also Saturday and Sunday at the Arrowhead Pond, 2695 E. Katella Ave., Anaheim. 7:30 p.m. Sold out. (714) 704-2500.

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Ice Cube was a headlining performer on one of the biggest and iconic tours in hip-hop history with 2001’s Up in Smoke Tour. Cube hit the road with Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, and then rising star Eminem on the 44-day U.S tour accompanied by Xzibit, Nate Dogg, Warren G, and Kurupt.

During an interview with HipHopDx, Cube got the chance to reminisce about the iconic tour with a lineup so legendary, Xzibit called them the “hip-hop Avengers.” As Cube looks back, Eminem was one of the openers on the tour, while reflecting on how iconic the line-up was, Cube chuckles as he explains the story. 

I think just the whole thing, not a standalone memory,” he said in the interview. “That was the first tour that I took my sons on. I’m like, ‘Y’all hanging with me. Y’all ’bout to grow up.’ And you know, I had them rolling with me, and just having the energy of all those humongous groups. I mean, at the time, Eminem was opening up, you know?! Like, after Warren G, Eminem was going on. So that just shows you the level that we were at, that we was on. He could’ve headlined.”

He added, “It’s just with the best teams. You talk about the [U.S. Olympic] Dream Team or the ’90s Bulls, the ’80s Lakers, Shaq, and Kobe… it’s up there. You know you’re at a point where it gets no better than this.”

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The Latest | Israel bombs another UN-run school in Gaza, a day after strike on school killed 33

Palestinians bring people killed in the Israeli bombardment of the Gaza Strip to a hospital in Deir al Balah on Friday, June 7, 2024. (AP Photo/Abdel Kareem Hana)

Palestinians bring people killed in the Israeli bombardment of the Gaza Strip to a hospital in Deir al Balah on Friday, June 7, 2024. (AP Photo/Abdel Kareem Hana)

Palestinians mourn their relatives killed in the Israeli bombardment on a residential building owned by the Daloul family, at the morgue of al-Aqsa Martyrs hospital in Deir al-Balah, central Gaza Strip, Thursday, June 6, 2024. (AP Photo/Abdel Kareem Hana)

FILE - The image provided by U.S, Central Command, shows U.S. Army soldiers assigned to the 7th Transportation Brigade (Expeditionary), U.S. Navy sailors assigned to Amphibious Construction Battalion 1, and Israel Defense Forces placing the Trident Pier on the coast of Gaza Strip on May 16, 2024. A key section of the U.S. military-built pier designed to carry badly needed aid into Gaza by boat has been reconnected to the Gaza beach following storm damage repairs and aid will begin to flow soon, the U.S. Central Command announced Friday. (U.S. Central Command via AP)

FILE - This image provided by the U.S. Army shows trucks loaded with humanitarian aid from the United Arab Emirates and the United States Agency for International Development cross the Trident Pier before arriving on the beach on the Gaza Strip, May 17, 2024. A key section of the U.S. military-built pier designed to carry badly needed aid into Gaza by boat has been reconnected to the Gaza beach following storm damage repairs and aid will begin to flow soon, the U.S. Central Command announced Friday. (Staff Sgt. Malcolm Cohens-Ashley/U.S. Army via AP, File)

Palestinians pray for people killed in the Israeli bombardment of the Gaza Strip at a hospital in Deir al Balah on Friday, June 7, 2024. (AP Photo/Abdel Kareem Hana)

Palestinians mourn a man killed in the Israeli bombardment of the Gaza Strip at a hospital in Deir al Balah on Friday, June 7, 2024. (AP Photo/Abdel Kareem Hana)

The wife and children salute as they mourn at the grave of reservist Staff Sergeant Rafael Kauders during his funeral at a cemetery in the West Bank settlement of Kfar Etzion, Thursday, June 6, 2024. Kauders, 39, was killed during a drone attack launched by the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah toward a gathering of military officials at a village in northern Israel.(AP Photo/Leo Correa)

The son of reservist Staff Sergeant Rafael Kauders mourns during his funeral at a cemetery in the West Bank settlement of Kfar Etzion, Thursday, June 6, 2024. Kauders, 39, was killed during a drone attack launched by the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah toward a gathering of military officials at a village in northern Israel.(AP Photo/Leo Correa)

Blood can be seen in the aftermath of the Israeli strike on a U.N.-run school that killed dozens of Palestinians in the Nusseirat refugee camp in the Gaza Strip, Thursday, June 6, 2024. The Israeli military said that Hamas militants were operating from within the school. (AP Photo/Jehad Alshrafi)

Palestinians look at the aftermath of the Israeli strike on a U.N.-run school that killed dozens of people in the Nusseirat refugee camp in the Gaza Strip, Thursday, June 6, 2024. The Israeli military said that Hamas militants were operating from within the school. (AP Photo/Ismael Abu Dayyah)

Gunmen hold up their weapons as mourners carry the bodies of Palestinians, one of them draped in the Islamic Jihad militant group flag, during their funeral in the West Bank city of Jenin, Thursday, June 6, 2024. The Palestinian Health Ministry says three Palestinians have been killed by Israeli fire in the occupied West Bank. The Israeli military said forces carrying out an arrest raid on Thursday opened fire at three individuals who had thrown explosives at them and that a helicopter struck the area. (AP Photo/Majdi Mohammed)

Palestinians mourn over the body of one of three Palestinians killed in clashes with Israeli security forces, in the West Bank city of Jenin, Thursday, June 6, 2024. The Palestinian Health Ministry says three Palestinians have been killed by Israeli fire in the occupied West Bank. The Israeli military said forces carrying out an arrest raid on Thursday opened fire at three individuals who had thrown explosives at them and that a helicopter struck the area. (AP Photo/Majdi Mohammed)

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An Israeli airstrike hit a U.N.-run school compound in northern Gaza on Friday, killing three people according to Palestinian emergency officials, a day after a similar strike on a school in Gaza’s center killed at least 33 people. In both airstrikes, the Israeli army said Hamas militants were operating from within the schools. The Associated Press could not verify the claims.

Israel on Friday released the names of 17 militants it said were killed in Thursday’s strike. However, only nine of those names matched with records of the dead from the hospital morgue. One of the alleged militants was an 8-year-old boy, according to hospital records.

International pressure is mounting on Israel to limit civilian bloodshed in its war in Gaza, which completed its eighth month on Friday. Seeking a breakthrough in the apparently stalled cease-fire negotiations between Israel and Hamas, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken will return to the Middle East next week.

And at the United Nations, Israel and Hamas are both set to be listed as violating the rights and protection of children in armed conflict, in an upcoming annual report to the Security Council. Israel reacted with public outrage after being informed Friday about the designation.

This is a locator map for Yemen with its capital, Sanaa. (AP Photo)

Israel’s war against Hamas in Gaza has killed more than 36,730 people, according to Gaza’s Health Ministry , which does not distinguish between combatants and civilians in its count. Palestinians are facing widespread hunger because the war has largely cut off the flow of food, medicine and other supplies . U.N. agencies say over 1 million in Gaza could experience the highest level of starvation by mid-July.

Israel launched the war after Hamas’ Oct. 7 attack , in which militants stormed into southern Israel, killed some 1,200 people — mostly civilians — and abducted about 250. Around 80 hostages captured on Oct. 7 are believed to still be alive in Gaza, alongside the remains of 43 others.

— Women and children of Gaza are killed less frequently as war’s toll rises, AP data analysis finds

— Takeaways from AP analysis of Gaza Health Ministry’s death toll data.

— Baghdad rattled by attacks on businesses linked to U.S. brands as anger over the war in Gaza rises.

— Yemen’s Houthi rebels detain at least nine U.N. staffers and others in a sudden crackdown, officials say

— One image, seen by millions : A social media effort to draw attention to Rafah surges.

Follow AP’s coverage of the war in Gaza at https://apnews.com/hub/israel-hamas-war

Here’s the latest:

ISRAEL LISTS NAMES OF 17 ALLEGED MILITANTS KILLED IN GAZA SCHOOL STRIKE, BUT MANY DON’T MATCH HOSPITAL’S LIST OF DEAD

JERUSALEM — Israel’s military said Friday an additional eight militants were among those killed in a strike on a U.N.-run school in central Gaza, raising the number of alleged militants to 17.

The army released the names of the militants it said were killed in Thursday’s strike. However, only nine of those names matched with records of the dead from the hospital morgue.

One of the names Israel listed as a militant was an 8-year-old boy, Shaheen Mahmoud Ibrahim Abu Sharif, according to the hospital records. Two boys on the morgue’s list, age 10 and 14, had names that suggested they were sons of a man Israel identified as a slain militant, although he was not listed among the hospital’s dead.

The AP could not independently confirm whether any names on the Israeli list were militants.

The army did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the discrepancy Friday evening.

The strike in Nuseirat refugee camp on Thursday killed over 33 people inside the school, including three women and nine children, according to reports at Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital in Deir al-Balah.

Israel said Thursday that some 30 militants were inside the school at the time. The military said it was unaware of any civilian casualties.

Some 6,000 people were sheltering in the school when it was hit, according to Philippe Lazzarini, the head of the U.N. agency that cares for Palestinian refugees.

U.N. WILL LIST ISRAEL AND HAMAS AS VIOLATING CHILDREN’S RIGHTS IN ARMED CONFLICT

UNITED NATIONS — The U.N. secretary-general will list Israel and Hamas as violating the rights and protection of children in armed conflict in an upcoming annual report to the Security Council.

According to the preface of last year’s report, listed parties engaged in “the killing and maiming of children” and in “attacks on schools, hospitals and protected persons in relation to schools and/or hospitals.”

The head of Secretary-General António Guterres’ office, Courtenay Rattray, called Israel’s U.N. Ambassador, Gilad Erdan, on Friday to inform him that Israel would be listed on the next report when it is sent to the council within a few weeks, U.N. spokesman Stéphane Dujarric told reporters.

Palestinian Islamic Jihad is also are being listed.

Israel reacted with outrage, sending news organizations a video of Erdan berating Rattray, supposedly on the other end of a phone call.

BLINKEN TO VISIT MIDEAST AND PUSH FOR CEASE-FIRE PROPOSAL IN EIGHTH MIDEAST TRIP DURING GAZA WAR

WASHINGTON — U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is returning to the Middle East on his eighth diplomatic mission to the region since the Israel-Hamas war in Gaza began in October.

The State Department says Blinken, who is currently in France accompanying President Joe Biden on a state visit, will fly from Paris to Cairo on Monday before traveling to Israel, Jordan and Qatar. Blinken will then go to Italy to join Biden at a G7 summit.

The lightning tour comes as the Biden administration is pushing hard for Hamas to accept a three-phase cease-fire proposal that would see the release of hostages held by the group and potentially pave the way for an end to the conflict and the reconstruction of Gaza.

However, Blinken may have trouble selling the proposal — or at least its implementation — to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Although the deal has been described as an Israeli initiative, some members of Netanyahu’s far-right coalition government are strongly opposed to it. And Netanyahu himself has expressed skepticism, saying what has been presented publicly is not accurate and rejecting calls for Israel to cease all fighting until Hamas is eradicated.

Hamas has said it viewed the offer “positively” and called on Israel to declare an explicit commitment to an agreement that includes a permanent cease-fire, a complete withdrawal of Israeli troops from Gaza, a prisoner exchange and other conditions.

Biden, Blinken and other U.S. officials have also lobbied Arab nations to use what influence they have with Hamas to get the Palestinian militant group to accept the deal. So far, there has been no definitive response since Biden announced the deal last week.

ISRAEL STRIKES A U.N. SCHOOL IN NORTHERN GAZA. PALESTINIAN OFFICIALS SAY 3 PEOPLE KILLED

JERUSALEM — The Israeli military says it struck a Hamas position inside a U.N.-run school in northern Gaza. Palestinian emergency officials said three people were killed.

The attack Friday came a day after an Israeli strike on a U.N. school in central Gaza killed at least 33 people, including 12 women and children, according to local health officials. The Israeli military said in that case as well that Hamas militants were operating from within the school.

Friday’s airstrike targeted the Asmaa School in the Shati refugee camp in northern Gaza, a facility run by the U.N. agency that cares for Palestinian refugees known as UNRWA.

The Israeli military said it hit a shipping container on the grounds of the school that Hamas was using as a meeting point to plan attacks. It said one militant was killed. Israel’s claims could not be independently confirmed.

The Palestinian Civil Defense said three people were killed in the strike, without giving details on their identities.

Later, the Israeli military refused to say whether the strike caused civilian casualties.

More than 180 United Nations facilities have been damaged during Israel’s campaign of bombardment and ground offensives across Gaza, according to UNRWA. Most of them have been schools, which have turned into shelters for tens of thousands of people fleeing the violence. Israel accuses Hamas of using schools and other civilian infrastructure to position its fighters, weapons and command posts.

As the war completed its eighth month on Friday, Gaza’s Health Ministry said Israel’s campaign has killed more than 36,730 people. Its count does not differentiate between civilians and combatants.

The Israeli army says it follows international law and blames civilian deaths on Hamas, saying militants operate among the population. The Geneva Conventions say civilians must not be targeted deliberately or indiscriminately, and military operations must be proportionate.

AMERICAN-BUILT PIER IN GAZA IS RECONNECTED TO BEACH AND AID WILL FLOW SOON, U.S. MILITARY SAYS

WASHINGTON — The U.S. military-built pier designed to carry badly needed aid into Gaza by boat has been reconnected to the beach after a section broke apart in storms and rough seas, U.S. Central Command announced Friday, saying food and other supplies will begin to flow soon.

The section that connects to the beach in Gaza, the causeway, was rebuilt nearly two weeks after heavy storms damaged it and abruptly halted what had already been a troubled delivery route.

Central Command Vice Admiral Brad Cooper said operations at the reconnected pier will be ramped up soon with a goal to get a million pounds of food and other supplies moving through the pier into Gaza every two days.

The pier was only operational for a week before a storm broke it apart, and had initially struggled to reach delivery goals.

The maritime route for a limited time had been an additional way to help get more aid into Gaza because the Israeli offensive in the southern city of Rafah has made it difficult, if not impossible at times, to get anything through land routes that are far more productive. Israel’s Rafah invasion and strikes in northern Gaza had also temporarily halted U.S. airdrops of food.

Cooper said Friday the U.S. also expects to resume those airdrops in the coming days.

ISRAELI SETTLERS SET FIRE TO PALESTINIAN VILLAGE IN WEST BANK AND SEVERAL PEOPLE ARE WOUNDED, OFFICIALS SAY

RAMALLAH — Several people were wounded when settlers set fire to a northern West Bank village, a local official said Friday.

Hani Odeh, head of Qusra’s municipality council, told The Associated Press that settlers set fire in the area Thursday night, attacking houses, burning warehouses and destroying trees.

Videos seen by the AP show several fires blazing with plumes of smoke in the air. Three people were injured, one by live ammunition and the others by live bullets, said Odeh.

The army told the AP that Israeli civilians lit Palestinian property on fire Thursday evening. It said there was a violent confrontation between Israeli civilians and Palestinians with mutual rock throwing and the army dispersed them by firing shots in the air.

Violence in the Israeli-occupied West Bank has surged throughout the war in Gaza. Israel has been conducting raids into Palestinian cities and towns in the territory to crack down on militancy and the incursions have led to the deaths of around 530 Palestinians. Most of those killed have been in clashes with the military. But people throwing stones as well as others not involved in the confrontations have also been killed.

Palestinian attacks against Israelis have also been on the rise in the territory.

Israel captured the West Bank, the Gaza Strip and east Jerusalem in the 1967 Mideast war. The Palestinians want all three territories for their future state.

The 3 million Palestinians in the West Bank live under seemingly open-ended Israeli military rule, while the more than 500,000 Jewish settlers in the territory have Israeli citizenship.

GAZA HEALTH OFFICIALS SAY AT LEAST 18 KILLED IN OVERNIGHT ISRAELI AIRSTRIKES

DEIR AL-BALAH, Gaza — Palestinian health officials say at least 18 people were killed, including children, in Israeli airstrikes overnight across Central Gaza.

Strikes hit the Nuseirat and Maghazi refugee camps and Deir al-Balah and Zawaiyda towns, they said Friday. The bodies were taken to Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital where they were tallied by an Associated Press journalist.

Four children and one woman were among those killed as well as the mayor of the Nuseirat municipality, according to hospital records.

Israel’s army said Friday it was still carrying out operations in parts of Central Gaza including eastern Bureji and Deir al-Balah. It said its troops had killed dozens of militants, located tunnel shafts and destroyed infrastructure in the area.

The strikes come a day after an Israeli strike killed at least 33 people at a United Nations-run school sheltering displaced Palestinian families. Israel said the school was being used as a Hamas compound, without providing evidence.

Israel’s military said it was not aware of any civilian casualties in the strike on the school in Nuseirat refugee camp, and later said it had confirmed killing nine militants.

UNEMPLOYMENT IN GAZA REACHES NEARLY 80%, U.N. REPORT SAYS

JERUSALEM — Unemployment in Gaza has reached nearly 80% since the war erupted eight months ago, a new United Nations report said Friday.

The United Nations International Labour Organization and the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics said the war has plunged Gaza as well as the West Bank into economic crisis. In Gaza, virtually the entire private sector ground to a halt or significantly reduced, losing more than 85% of its production value -- the equivalent of more than $810 million-- during the first half of the war, said the report.

In the West Bank, unemployment reached 32% bringing the average rate across both areas to more than 50%. The findings don’t include people who left the workforce because they couldn’t find jobs.

This is the fourth report since the war began on Oct 7. when Hamas militants stormed southern Israel killing some 1,200 people.

A separate report last month by the UN said the unprecedented destruction from the war in Gaza would take at least until 2040 to restore

CIVIL RIGHTS GROUP URGES U.S. TO STOP SENDING WEAPONS FOR USE IN GAZA

The U.S. civil rights group NAACP has called on the Biden administration to end the shipment of weapons to Israel for use in attacks on Gaza.

It said Thursday that President Joe Biden’s three-stage proposal for a cease-fire and the return of Israeli hostages held by Hamas does not go far enough.

“Over the past months, we have been forced to bear witness to unspeakable violence, affecting innocent civilians, which is unacceptable,” President and CEO Derrick Johnson said in a statement. “It is one thing to call for a cease-fire, it is another to take the measures necessary to work towards liberation for all.”

The group also urged an end of artillery shipments to states that supply weapons to Hamas.

The NAACP appears to be the first legacy U.S. civil rights organization to call for a cease-fire. However, racial justice activists and the Black Lives Matter movement have been calling for a cease-fire since shortly after the Oct. 7 attack by Hamas on Israel that triggered the war in Gaza.

Militants killed about 1,200 people and took another 250 hostage in the attack.

Since Israel’s offensive in response to that attack, over 36,000 Palestinians have died according to Gaza’s Health Ministry.

U.S. IS CIRCULATING A GAZA CEASE-FIRE RESOLUTION AT THE U.N., BUT ISRAEL PRIVATELY OBJECTS

UNITED NATIONS — The United States has circulated a revised Security Council draft resolution that says a permanent cease-fire in the Gaza must be agreed to by Israel and Hamas.

It also spells out a three-phase plan to end the eight-month war and start the reconstruction of the devastated Gaza Strip that it says Israel has accepted and calls on Hamas to accept.

In exchange for the agreement by both parties to a permanent cease-fire, the plan says all Israeli hostages in Gaza will be released and all Israeli forces will withdraw from Gaza.

But Israel is privately objecting to its close ally’s latest attempt to stop the war.

An Israeli official told The Associated Press that the language overlooks Israel’s stated aim of destroying Hamas as a military force. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the discussion.

Because Israel believes that Hamas will engage in future military attacks, it is wary of signing a document that specifically stipulates a cease-fire, the official said. That language has a more permanent implication than a “cessation of hostilities,” which has also been mentioned in draft discussions.

Israel also objects to proposed language that “rejects any attempt at demographic or territorial change in the Gaza Strip.”

That includes “actions that reduce the territory of Gaza, such as through the permanent establishment officially or unofficially of so-called buffer zones,” which Israel has already said it plans.

Far-right members of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government have threatened to bring down the coalition if he signs onto a cease-fire deal.

Egyptian and Qatari mediators have told top Biden administration officials in the Middle East that they expect Hamas will submit its formal response to the latest hostage and cease-fire offer in the coming days, according to a U.S. official.

The official, who was not authorized to comment publicly and spoke on the condition of anonymity, said ongoing talks in Doha and Cairo have been constructive, but that Hamas has still not delivered its formal response to the three-phase deal that President Joe Biden outlined last week.

Hamas has said it viewed the offer “positively” and called on Israel to declare an explicit commitment to the agreement.

More than a dozen countries joined the U.S. in a statement Thursday to show support for the proposed deal.

Associated Press writers Edith M. Lederer, Michael Weissenstein and Aamer Madhani contributed to this report.

GAZA HOSPITAL SAYS FEWER WOMEN AND CHILDREN WERE KILLED IN ISRAELI STRIKE ON SCHOOL

DEIR AL-BALAH, Gaza Strip — The hospital where bodies were brought after an Israeli strike on a school-turned-shelter in the Gaza Strip has amended its records to show that fewer women and children were among those killed.

The Israeli military says it carried out a precise strike Thursday on three classrooms in the U.N.-run school where it says around 30 Palestinian militants were planning and orchestrating attacks. It said it has confirmed killing nine militants.

The Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital initially reported that nine women and 14 children were among 33 people killed in the strike on the school.

The hospital morgue later amended those records to show that the dead included three women, nine children and 21 men. It was not immediately clear what caused the discrepancy.

SPAIN APPLIES TO JOIN SOUTH AFRICA’S CASE ACCUSING ISRAEL OF GENOCIDE

MADRID — Spain will ask a United Nations court for permission to join South Africa’s case accusing Israel of genocide in Gaza, its foreign minister announced.

Spain is the first European country to take the step after South Africa filed its case with the International Court of Justice in late 2023. It alleged that Israel was breaching the genocide convention in its military assault that has laid waste to large swaths of Gaza.

Mexico, Colombia, Nicaragua, Libya and the Palestinians have already requested to join the case currently being heard at the court in The Hague, Netherlands.

The court has ordered Israel to immediately halt its military offensive in the southern Gaza city of Rafah but stopped short of ordering a cease-fire for the enclave. Israel has not complied.

Spain’s request on Thursday to join the case is the latest move by the government of Socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez to support peacemaking efforts in Gaza.

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  2. Up in Smoke Tour

    The Up in Smoke Tour was a West Coast hip hop tour in 2000 which was headlined by Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg, also featuring artists and disc jockeys Ice Cube, Eminem, Proof, Nate Dogg, Kurupt, D12, MC Ren, Westside Connection, Chilldrin of da Ghetto, Mel-Man, Tha Eastsidaz, Doggy's Angels, Devin The Dude, Warren G, Crucial Conflict, TQ, Truth Hurts, Xzibit, The D.O.C., Hittman, DJ Crazy Toones ...

  3. 2000 June 16, Anaheim, Up in Smoke Tour

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  7. This Rap Tour Is Really Smokin'

    The Up in Smoke tour, headlined by Dre and featuring a deep supporting cast (Warren G, Xzibit, Kurupt, Mack 10, WC, Tha Eastsidaz, MC Ren), assembles tonight in Chula Vista to kick off a national ...

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    a Playlist from the worldwide tour headlined by Dr Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Ice Cube, Westside Connection, Kurupt, Nate Dogg, Proof of D12... enjoy! blaze up.

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    That's the formula for the "Up in Smoke" tour that comes to the HSBC Arena at 7 p.m. Tuesday. ... "The tapes were derogatory, they had explicit and pornographic scenes in them, and we didn't want ...

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    Philip G. Atwell. United States, 2000. Documentary. 119. Synopsis. This is it! Your front row seat to the greatest hip hop experience ever captured on film. This is the ultimate back stage pass for your total pleasure. "Up In Smoke" is it and now you've got it all.

  13. The Up in Smoke Tour

    The Up in Smoke Tour is a West Coast hip hop tour in 2000 featuring artists Ice Cube, Eminem, Proof, Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, Nate Dogg, Kurupt, D12, MC Ren, Westside Connection, Mel-Man, Tha Eastsidaz, Doggy's Angels, Devin The Dude, Warren G, TQ, Truth Hurts and Xzibit. The Up in Smoke Tour is currently available to stream on Amazon Prime Video ...

  14. The Up in Smoke Tour (movie, 2000)

    The Up in Smoke Tour is a West Coast hip hop tour in 2000 featuring artists Ice Cube, Eminem, Proof, Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, Nate Dogg, Kurupt, D12, MC Ren, Westside Connection, Mel-Man, Tha Eastsidaz, Doggy's Angels, Devin The Dude, Warren G, TQ, Truth Hurts and Xzibit.

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    This film of the legendary Up In Smoke tour from 2000 gives you a front row seat to the greatest hip hop experience ever captured on film. The combination of Ice Cube, Eminem, Dr Dre and Snoop Dogg was always going to be extraordinary and so it proved. Filmed across the tour as it travelled through America it shows the controversy, the girls, the humor and most of all some of the finest live ...

  16. Eminem 2000 June, Indianapolis, Up In Smoke Tour

    Eminem photographed backstage of the Conseco Fieldhouse ( now known as the Gainbridge Fieldhouse) arena with fans in Indianapolis, IN, US on Friday, June 30, 2000 as part of the Up In Smoke Tour "[He] could not have been nicer to us and took time to chat/sign/snap pics." — @/crschneider (crschneider) via Twitter

  17. Ice Cube Remembers Eminem Opening The 'Up In Smoke Tour'

    Published Tue, September 14, 2021 at 4:49 PM EDT. Ice Cube was a headlining performer on one of the biggest and iconic tours in hip-hop history with 2001's Up in Smoke Tour. Cube hit the road with Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, and then rising star Eminem on the 44-day U.S tour accompanied by Xzibit, Nate Dogg, Warren G, and Kurupt.

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  21. Up in smoke tour (docx)

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  23. Real Teenagers, Fake Nudes: The Rise of Deepfakes in American Schools

    Warning: this episode contains strong language, descriptions of explicit content and sexual harassment. A disturbing new problem is sweeping American schools: Students are using artificial ...

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  26. Matt Barnes and Stephen Jackson Want All the (Sneaker) Smoke

    A lucky few are set to receive the kicks via the AN EVENING WITH ALL THE SMOKE tour's first stop in Chicago on June 4, as well as by entering social media giveaways that begin on June 10.