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Scorching heat, visible signs of wasting and heavy fighting in Gaza

Desperate shortages of essentials in Gaza have left the enclave’s most vulnerable individuals struggling to carry on amid stifling heat, heavy fighting, disease spread and a breakdown in law and order, UN humanitarians warned on Thursday.

Gaza crisis: Security Council adopts US resolution calling for ‘immediate, full and complete ceasefire’

The UN Security Council on Monday adopted a resolution aimed at reaching a comprehensive ceasefire deal in three phases to end the war in Gaza, with US Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield telling members "today, we voted for peace."

IDF shares footage of moments when Israeli hostages were rescued from Hamas captivity

The Israeli Defense Forces has released video footage of the operation conducted by its personnel to rescue four hostages from Hamas captivity in Gaza.

Israel-Hamas conflict: IDF says four hostages recovered from Gaza

The Israel Defense Forces on Saturday said four hostages were rescued alive from Hamas captivity while conducting a daylight operation in Gaza.

More than 500 Palestinians killed in occupied West Bank: UN rights chief

Violence in the occupied West Bank linked to the war in Gaza passed a deadly milestone with more than 500 Palestinians killed since 7 October, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights chief Volker Türk said on Tuesday.

Maldives decides to ban Israeli passport holder to protest ongoing Gaza crisis

Maldives has banned Israeli passport holders from entering the Island Nation amid public outrage over the ongoing war in Gaza.

'All eyes on Rafah' trends after Israel attacks border town of Gaza, leaving 45 including children killed

At least 45 people, including children, were killed at a refugee camp in Gaza's Rafah after an Israeli air strike. 

All Eyes on Rafah trends on social media as celebrities back Palestine following Israel's latest offensive

An image, presumably created with Artificial Intelligence, has gone viral on social media platforms over the past several hours, aiming to alert people on the plight of Gazans with Islareli forces conducting a massive ground operation in Rafah.

Palestine claims dozens killed in Rafah airstrike, IDF says Hamas was targeted

The Hamas-run health ministry in Gaza has claimed dozens of people were killed or injured after a blast targeted a refugee camp in Rafah area, media reports said on Monday.

Hezbollah warns Israel of surprise attack

As the Gaza conflict continues into its eighth month, Lebanese group Hezbollah, supported by Iran, is reportedly gearing up for a surprise assault on Israel, the media reported.

Gaza: Drone strike in school leaves 10 people, including children, dead

At least 10 people, including children, died after the school in which they were taking shelter in conflict-hit Gaza came under drone attack on Saturday (May 25, 2024), media reports said.

Bodies of three more hostages recovered from Gaza, says IDF

Bodies of three hostages, who were taken away by Hamas terrorists, have been recovered by Israeli Defense Forces from Jabalya city in northern Gaza.

US opposes unilateral recognition of Palestine, says 'state should be achieved via talks'

Washington/IBNS: The Palestine state should be achieved through negotiations and not by unilateral recognition, the United States said in response to the move by Ireland, Spain and Norway, media reports said.

Hamas conflict: Israeli war cabinet minister Benny Gantz gives June 8 Gaza ultimatum to Benjamin Netanyahu, threatens to resign

Israeli war cabinet minister Benny Gantz has warned he will resign unless Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sets out a post-war plan for the Gaza Strip, media reports said.

Israel-Hamas crisis: Nearly 800,000 now displaced from Rafah

Roughly 800,000 people have been forced to flee Rafah since Israel launched a military operation in the area on 6 May, the head of UN Palestine refugee agency UNRWA said on Saturday in a renewed appeal for greater protection of civilians in Gaza, safe humanitarian access and, ultimately, a ceasefire.