Tensions continue on the twenty-third day of the war between Israel and Hamas. For all the latest developments, follow our live text.
The United States said on Sunday that Israel must take all necessary measures to “distinguish” in its military operations between Hamas and Palestinian civilians, as the Israeli army intensifies its bombing and ground operations in the Gaza Strip.
8:52 AM | A famous actress was charged over posts related to the Hamas attack
A popular Israeli Arab actress has been charged with incitement to terrorism over social media posts in connection with the attack carried out by the Palestinian movement Hamas in Israel on October 7, according to judicial sources.
7:26 AM | Netanyahu apologizes after criticizing the security services
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu criticized security officials on Sunday for downplaying the risk of a major Hamas attack in a message on X’s phone that he later deleted before apologizing.
The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) warned on Sunday of the collapse of “public order” in the Gaza Strip after the looting of warehouses and food aid distribution centers it runs.
On Sunday, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres expressed his concern about the “increasingly desperate” situation in the Gaza Strip, and expressed his regret that Israel “intensified its military operations” there.
Three Palestinians were killed on Sunday morning by Israeli army fire during several military incursions into the occupied West Bank, according to what the Palestinian Authority Ministry of Health announced.
The Israeli military called on Palestinians to head to the southern Gaza Strip, where humanitarian aid from Egypt and the United States will be increased, on Sunday, in a message posted on Twitter.