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Bombings are hitting various parts of Gaza and major powers are pushing for a ceasefire.


Israeli warplanes and artillery bombarded various parts of the Gaza Strip, from north to south, while international and Middle Eastern calls and pressure increased amid fears that the ceasefire plan would fail. -fire and release of hostages revealed by US President Joe Biden, and neither. Neither Israel nor Hamas has announced a clear position on this subject. Follow the latest developments 24 hours a day.

the most important events:

  • Qatar awaits ‘clear position’ from Israel on Gaza truce proposal
  • The United States urges the UN Security Council to support the Gaza ceasefire proposal.
  • The Israeli army announces the death of four hostages in Gaza.
  • UN experts are calling on countries around the world to recognize a Palestinian state.
  • Gaza Health: 36,550 Palestinians have been killed and 82,959 injured in the Israeli attack since October 7.
  • UN High Commissioner for Human Rights: The norms of the laws of war are brutally violated in Gaza.
  • 07:00 Sullivan: CIA Director Burns will travel to Doha to discuss the proposed Gaza ceasefire with the Qataris.

Israeli forces carry out operation in Bureij region, central Gaza Strip

Bombings are hitting various parts of Gaza and major powers are pushing for a ceasefire.

  • 4:00 a.m. Columbia University settles campus security lawsuit amid protests

Columbia University said it would provide security guards and take other steps to protect its students in an effort to settle a lawsuit alleging its campus became unsafe during recent pro-Palestinian protests.

Under the settlement filed Tuesday in Manhattan federal court, through the end of the year, the university will provide 24-hour “foot escorts” throughout campus and establish a “passing point of contact safe” to address student concerns about the protests.

  • 03:30 America: We await Hamas’ response to the ceasefire proposal

White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan said Washington is still waiting for the Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement’s (Hamas) response to Israel’s ceasefire proposal revealed by US President Joe on Friday Biden.

He added to reporters: “We are waiting for Hamas’ response” through Qatari mediators.

  • 02:50 Swedish police: Alleged presence of an explosive device in front of the headquarters of an Israeli company

Swedish police said Tuesday that an object suspected of being an explosive device was found outside the headquarters of an Israeli military technology company in Gothenburg, suggesting the company was targeted.

Police said that on Monday morning a “suspected explosive object” was discovered outside the offices of Elbit Systems, known for its drone systems, in Sweden’s second-largest city.

Police cordoned off the area for a few hours while bomb experts were called to the scene where the suspicious object was removed.

  • 02:10 Hezbollah mourns fighter killed in Israeli bombing in southern Lebanon

On Tuesday, Hezbollah mourned one of its fighters following an Israeli bombardment on southern Lebanon, hours after a strike that targeted a motorcycle and killed him, according to the official agency. light of rising border tensions with Israel. targeted strikes in recent days.

The Lebanese National Agency reported Tuesday that “a raid by an enemy march” targeted a “motorcycle” in Naqoura, south of Lebanon, leaving “one martyr and one injured”, without specifying whether it was civilians or combatants.

Hezbollah then mourned in a statement a fighter “from the city of Tire and residents of the city of Naqoura, in southern Lebanon.”

France 24/AFP/Reuters

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