Relatives of hostages taken by Hamas in the Gaza Strip since the October 7 attack demanded on Tuesday (November 14th) that the Israeli government “tonight approves agreement to bring home all Gaza hostages”. “We know a decision can be made tonight”In a press release, the Forum for Families of Hostages and Missing Persons states, asking the Israeli government “Do not block the deal”.
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According to the Quai d’Orsay, the French were able to leave the Gaza Strip. This was announced by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs “112 French, agents and their beneficiaries” able to leave the Gaza Strip through the Rafah border crossing. “Lto almost all our compatriots who want to leave Gaza” could do it according to a press release from the Quai d’Orsay. “This assessment marks the end of the first phase of our evacuation operations.”adds the same source.
The IDF claims to have taken control of Hamas government buildings in Gaza. The Israeli army announced that it had taken possession of Hamas government buildings in Gaza City. The IDF claims control over “Hamas parliament, government headquarters, Hamas police headquarters and engineering faculty used for weapons production and development”.
New deaths on the West Coast. Seven Palestinians, men between the ages of 21 and 33, were killed during an Israeli army operation in Tulkarem, in the northern West Bank. the Palestinian Ministry of Health announced on Tuesday. The Israeli army confirmed the operation in the sector without giving reasons or giving an assessment. In additionA 20-year-old Palestinian was killed by the Israeli army near Hebron in the southern West Bank, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health.
Thousands of Palestinians are stuck in the hospital. Israeli tanks are jammed at the gate al-Chifa Hospital, the main one in Gaza, which the IDF considers a strategic hideout for Hamas. “The situation is very serious, it is inhuman”, warned Doctors Without Borders. This was said by the director of the hospital “179 Bodies” were buried in a mass grave.
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