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Israel-Palestine conflict: Intense battle continues in Gaza, IDF attacks Hamas members

Deploying tank fire, artillery and airstrikes against Hamas, Israeli forces are continuing their offensive across Gaza, marking one of the intense phases of the ongoing conflict.

Gaza war spillover compounds misery for most vulnerable in Lebanon

Children as young as four are being forced to go to work in Lebanon amid a “massive collapse” in humanitarian funding and escalating hostilities on the country’s southern border with Israel that threaten to spiral into a “full-scale war”, UN child experts said on Tuesday.

Gaza at ‘most dangerous’ stage amid huge unexploded weapons risk, warns expert

The head of UN peacekeeping and demining reiterated calls on Monday for a ceasefire in Gaza as a first step to returning the war-ravaged enclave to some normality, while mine clearance experts warned that the Strip is now at its “most dangerous period”.

Israel-Hamas conflict led to damage to critical infrastructure in Gaza worth $18.5 billion, World Bank-UN report

The cost of damage to critical infrastructure in Gaza is estimated at around $18.5 billion according to a new report released on Tuesday (April 2, 2024) by the World Bank and the United Nations, with financial support of the European Union.

Joe Biden interacts with PM Netanyahu, voices 'deep concern' over Israel's possible Rafah operation

US President Joe Biden had a telephone conversation with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday (Match 18, 2024), when he expressed 'deep concern' over Israel's possible ground operation in Rafah.

US says senior Hamas leader Marwan Issa died in Israeli operation

The White House on Monday claimed that Hamas leader Marwan Issa was killed during an Israeli operation last week.

UN claims roughly 9,000 women killed so far in Gaza conflict

The Gaza conflict “is also a war on women”, who continue to suffer its devastating impacts, the UN agency championing gender equality has said.

Gazans eating wild plants to survive, claims UN

UN News has learned that out of desperation, some Gazans have resorted to selling wild plants with little nutritional value, in the markets of their devastated enclave. In this special report, Ziad Taleb spoke to some of the young people trying to make a living, despite the ever-present dangers.

‘Carnage’ in Gaza must end, UN rights chief tells Human Rights Council

The “carnage” in Gaza has left more than 30,000 dead and must end immediately, UN rights chief Volker Türk told the Human Rights Council on Thursday, after almost five months of constant Israeli bombardment and mass displacement in the enclave, prompted by Hamas-led attacks.

Gaza ceasefire ‘more urgent than ever’ as conflict with Israel approaches 100-day mark

As the Gaza conflict approaches the 100-day mark, an immediate ceasefire is “more urgent than ever”, the UN human rights office, OHCHR, said on Friday.

Israel-Gaza conflict: IDF recovers bodies of five hostages killed by Hamas

The Israeli Defense Forces on Monday said it recovered the bodies of five hostages who were killed during Hamas captivity.

Israel-Hamas conflict: UN General Assembly votes by large majority for immediate humanitarian ceasefire in Gaza during emergency session

The UN General Assembly met on Tuesday afternoon in Emergency Special Session on the decades-long Israel-Palestine conflict and as the ongoing crisis in Gaza shows no signs of abating.

Two-state solution is the only thing that Iran and Israel oppose, says Iranian FM

Doha (Qatar): The two-state solution is the only thing that Iran and Israel do not believe in, Iran's foreign minister Hossein Amirabdollahian said on Monday via translation at an international forum in Doha.

Hamas attack on October 7: Israel revokes UN humanitarian official's visa

The Israeli government on Wednesday cancelled the visa for UN’s humanitarian coordinator in the Palestinian territories Lynn Hastings after she refused to speak against Hamas.

Israel-Hamas conflict: Gaza doctors ‘terrified’ of deadly disease outbreak as aid teams race to deliver

As the pause in fighting in Gaza appeared to enter a fifth day on Tuesday, UN humanitarians warned that aid deliveries needed to multiply immediately to save the lives of the injured and stem the risk of a deadly disease outbreak that has left doctors “terrified”.