- 20:23 Hamas, there is still no agreement on the exchange of prisoners
- 18:42 Families of hostages to government: 'Bring everyone back'
- 18:19 Hamas Ministry of Health, 'death toll rises to 13,300'
- 17:08 Media Lebanon, 'Israeli bombs on a church in the south'
- 16:28 Guterres: 'Worst killing of civilians in Gaza in my mandate'
- 16:12 NGO. 48 journalists killed in Israel-Hamas war
- 15:21 African Union: 'Israel's response to Gaza unjustifiable'
- 15:10 Media, Israel occupies the Palace of Justice in Gaza
- 14:57 Putin tomorrow at BRICS online summit on the Middle East
- 14:22 UNRWA, Palestinian displaced people have become 1.7 million
- 13:01 Hundreds of wounded and foreigners expected in Egypt from Gaza
- 12:54 First field hospital entered Gaza
- 12:15 Twenty-eight premature babies arrived in Egypt from Gaza
- 11:10 Forty aid trucks ready to enter Gaza from Rafah
- 11:17 Iran: 'If Israel is not stopped, the region will change'
- 10:17 Hezbollah attacks Israeli military bases from southern Lebanon
- 10:12 Intense Israeli bombing in southern Lebanon
- 09:28 Palestinian killed in Hebron, 'shots fired on suspicious car'
- 08:47 Israel, 2 more soldiers dead, 65 in total
- 08:35 Israel, 3 Hamas company commanders killed
- 08:20 Hamas, 12 dead in attacks on Indonesian hospital
- 06:42 Gaza: Media, 8 dead in raid on Indonesian hospital
- 04:49 Gaza: Israel, death toll since the beginning of the war rises to 64
- 04:42 Gaza: Macron announces new flight with 10 tons of aid
Hamas, there is still no agreement on the exchange of prisoners
Hamas Political Bureau member Izzat al-Rishq said there are currently no definitive details to reach an agreement on the prisoner exchange. This was reported by Al Jazeera in Arabic. One of the Hamas leaders added that whenever we get closer to completing the prisoner deal, Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin "Netanyahu procrastinates, breaks the deal and continues to lie to all parties."
Families of hostages to government: 'Bring everyone back'
"We want everyone to go back and we want a written commitment from the War Cabinet to that effect." This was said by Shay Wenkert representing the families of the Israeli hostages, thus ruling out the possibility of a partial agreement that has been talked about for days. Wenkert spoke before the meeting with the War Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu, "We have very concrete questions to which we expect to receive answers," added the other representative, Merav Leshem Gonen. "Any agreement," he added, "does not remove from them the responsibility to bring everyone back, no one excluded."
Hamas Health Ministry, 'death toll rises to 13,300'
The death toll in Gaza has risen to 13,300 since Israel began striking the Strip in response to the October 7 attacks carried out by Hamas militants. This was reported by the Hamas Ministry of Health.
Media Lebanon, 'Israeli bombs on a church in the south'
A church in southern Lebanon was targeted by Israeli shelling. This was reported by the Lebanese government news agency, NNA, according to which the St. George church in Yarun, a few kilometers from the demarcation line with Israel, was hit by Israeli raids and heavily damaged.
Guterres: 'Worst civilian killings in Gaza in my mandate'
Responding to a question about why he does not denounce Israel's attacks on UNRWA schools as war crimes, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres explained that he does not have the mandate to classify such acts, but it is clear that thousands of children have been killed in a matter of weeks and "we are witnessing a killing of civilians that is unparalleled and unprecedented in any conflict since I have been Secretary-General."
I think it's important to have a strengthened Palestinian Authority that takes responsibility in Gaza. I understand that the Palestinian Authority cannot come with Israeli tanks to the Strip, which means that the international community must consider a transition period. I don't think a UN protectorate is a solution, but we need a multi-stakeholder approach in which different countries, different entities, will cooperate," Guterres said in response to an ANSA question about the day after in Gaza.
Responding to a question about why he does not denounce Israel's attacks on UNRWA schools as war crimes, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said he does not have the mandate to classify such acts, but it is clear that thousands of children have been killed in a matter of weeks and "we are witnessing a killing of civilians that is unparalleled and unprecedented in any conflict since I have been Secretary-General."
NGO. 48 journalists killed in Israel-Hamas war
The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), quoted by the Guardian, has provided an update on journalists and media workers killed in the Israel-Hamas war. According to the organization, the conflict led to the bloodiest month for journalists since it began collecting data in 1992. As of 20 November, 48 journalists and media workers have been confirmed dead, including 43 Palestinians, 4 Israelis and 1 Lebanese. According to CPJ, 9 journalists were injured, three are reported missing, while 13 have been arrested. Among the victims was Bilal Jadallah, director of Press House-Palestine, a non-profit organization that supports the development of independent Palestinian media. The reporter was killed in his car yesterday in Gaza in an Israeli airstrike, according to the Palestinian journalists' union, Cairo-based Al Qahera News and Youm7.
African Union: 'Israel's response to Gaza unjustifiable'
The Chairperson of the African Union condemned Israel's response in Gaza following the bloody Hamas attacks on 7 October, saying it was "not justifiable" given the civilian casualties and that it would lead to fuelling "extremism". Hamas' actions are "condemnable (...) but the answer is unjustifiable," Azali Assoumani said at a press conference in Berlin. "Imagine a child who has seen his mother, who has seen his father killed: this creates extremism," he added.
Media, Israel occupies the Palace of Justice in Gaza
A detachment of the Israeli army today occupied the Palace of Justice, in the southern sector of Gaza City. This was reported by Kan public television. According to media reports, after occupying the parliament and the police headquarters, Israel continues to target Hamas government symbols.
Putin tomorrow at BRICS online summit on the Middle East
The BRICS countries will hold an extraordinary summit tomorrow via videoconference on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. This was reported by the Kremlin press service, stressing that President Vladimir Putin will also attend. This was written by the Interfax agency.
UNRWA, Palestinian displaced people have become 1.7 million
The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) has announced that the number of displaced people in the Gaza Strip is about 1.7 million people.
Hundreds of wounded and foreigners expected in Egypt from Gaza
Egypt's health minister is at the Rafah crossing today to receive hundreds of wounded who will be treated in Turkey, the Emirates and Egyptian hospitals, including several premature babies, most of whom have already crossed the border. According to the government press office, 280 foreigners or people with dual nationality who had been stranded in the Gaza Strip have entered Egypt since this morning. 50 trucks of aid also entered Gaza, including a field hospital provided by Jordan, and two trucks of fuel.
The first field hospital enters Gaza
The first field hospital since the beginning of the war entered Gaza today. This was announced by Palestinian officials.
The equipment for the field hospital was transported to Gaza by forty trucks through the Rafah crossing. According to Hamas, since the beginning of the war, 17,30 people have been injured in Gaza and 000,13 have died, two-thirds of them women and children.
Twenty-eight premature babies arrived in Egypt from Gaza
Twenty-eight premature babies from Gaza's Al Shifa Hospital arrived at the Rafah crossing. This was reported by the Egyptian state broadcaster al Qahera. Meanwhile, two fuel tankers entered the Gaza Strip, bringing the total to 9.
Video: Premature babies evacuated from al Shifa hospital in Gaza arrive in Egypt
Sixty-six sick children, 41 of them suffering from various types of cancer, from Gaza hospitals left the Rafah crossing today to be treated in Turkey. Another 20 had already arrived last Friday and left on Saturday for the Emirates. This was reported to ANSA by the Egyptian Red Crescent.
Meanwhile, the government press office said Egypt continued to receive wounded, foreign nationals, dual nationals and Egyptians through the crossing, for a total of 6,713 foreign citizens, with dual citizenship and 929 Egyptians welcomed since the beginning of hostilities. The total number of wounded admitted through the Rafah crossing to be treated in Egyptian hospitals amounts to 236 wounded and 197 companions since the crossing was opened. At the same time, efforts to provide humanitarian aid to the Gaza Strip have continued. The volume of aid that arrived in Al-Arish reached about 9,205 tons.
La Mezzaluna Rossa egiziana, l'Alleanza Nazionale e Hayat Karima (iniziativa Vita Dignitosa) hanno fornito la maggior parte di questi aiuti. Anche numerosi Paesi arabi hanno fornito aiuti significativi, come Giordania, Emirati Arabi Uniti, Tunisia, Qatar, Kuwait, Algeria, Iraq, Bahrein, Marocco, Libia, Arabia Saudita e Sultanato dell'Oman. Per quanto riguarda l'Occidente - precisa una nota - i Paesi stranieri che hanno fornito aiuti sono, oltre all'Italia, Turchia, Venezuela, Brasile, Russia, Pakistan, Turkmenistan, Danimarca, India, Kenya, Regno Unito, Colombia, Belgio, Francia, Inghilterra, Giappone, Malesia, Indonesia e Grecia. Polonia, Romania, Svizzera e Cecenia, oltre a istituzioni regionali e internazionali come il Programma alimentare mondiale, l'Unicef, l'Organizzazione mondiale della sanità e l'Unrwa si stanno dando da fare per il soccorso e il collocamento dei rifugiati palestinesi. Ad al-Arish sono arrivati in tutto 158 aerei. Il volume totale degli aiuti consegnati ai palestinesi era contenuto in 1.284 camion con 2.146 tonnellate di medicinali e forniture mediche, 238 tonnellate di carburante, 4.668 tonnellate di cibo, 4.260 tonnellate di acqua, 1.169 tonnellate di altri materiali di soccorso, 78 tonnellate di tende e plastica e 16 ambulanze.
Forty aid trucks ready to enter Gaza from Rafah
Forty trucks of humanitarian aid are ready to enter Gaza through the Rafah crossing. This was reported by Hareetz.
Iran: 'If Israel is not stopped, the region will change'
Iran's Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian said the situation in the region would change if Israel's attacks were not stopped. "We have witnessed the first phase of expansion of the scope of the war by resistance groups making their own decisions, and if the possible scenarios to stop the crimes of the Zionists do not come to fruition, we will probably see a new situation in the region," Amirabdollahian said, as reported by the government in Tehran.
Hezbollah, Israeli military bases attacked from southern Lebanon
Hezbollah claimed responsibility this morning for the attack on two Israeli military bases along the demarcation line between the two countries. This was reported by the TV al Manar of the same pro-Iranian Party of God. According to Hezbollah, Lebanese fighters targeted the communications listening base in Biranit, near Rosh ha-Nikrah, and the Tzurit outpost, near Yi'ron.
Video Israel, extensive damage caused by a missile launched by Hezbollah on the Biranit barracks
Intense Israeli bombing in southern Lebanon
Israeli artillery and air force repeatedly bombed locations in southern Lebanon close to the front line between Hezbollah and Israel this morning. This was reported by the Lebanese government agency and other local media.
New attacks have been launched from southern Lebanon towards Israeli locations in the Upper Galilee. According to the military spokesman, Arab el-Aramshe, Bar'am and Biranit were targeted, where a fire also broke out. There are no reports of casualties. Israeli artillery hit targets in southern Lebanon.
Palestinian killed in Hebron, 'shots fired on suspicious car'
A Palestinian from el-Arub (near Hebron, West Bank) was shot dead when Israeli police opened fire on a car deemed "suspicious" and fled. This was reported by the Maan news agency.
Tensions remain high in Hebron after Hamas carried out two attacks on police checkpoints in the past week. Meanwhile, Israeli public radio Kan reports that Israeli cars were ambushed by armed Palestinian militants last night in the northern West Bank. Two of them were hit but the passengers were unharmed.
Israel, 2 more soldiers killed, total 65
The army announced the death of 2 more soldiers fighting in the northern Gaza Strip. With the latter two killed, the total number of deaths since the start of ground operations is 65.
Israel, 3 Hamas company commanders killed
Israeli planes - according to intelligence information - killed 3 Hamas company commanders in the northern Gaza Strip. This was announced by the military spokesman.
Hamas, 12 dead in attacks on Indonesian hospital
At least "12 patients and their relatives" have been killed and "dozens (remained) injured" in Israeli attacks on the Indonesian hospital north of Gaza City, Hamasm Health Ministry spokesman Ashraf al-Qidreh said today. "The Israeli army is besieging the Indonesian hospital and we fear that the same thing will happen there as in al Shifa," another hospital that was recently evacuated, Qidreh added.
Gaza: Media, 8 dead in raid on Indonesian hospital
Palestinian media say at least eight people were killed at the Indonesian hospital in the northern Gaza Strip, with Israeli forces reportedly shelling and surrounding the medical facility. Among the victims are patients and people seeking shelter. Local news reports claim that the power has gone out at the hospital and that Israeli forces are shooting anyone who tries to leave the facility.
Gaza: Israel, death toll since the beginning of the war rises to 64
The death toll in the war against Hamas in the Gaza Strip has risen to 64, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) said.
Gaza: Macron announces new flight with 10 tons of aid
French President Emmanuel Macron said last night that he intends to use "another Air Force aircraft to transport over 10 tons of medical supplies" to Gaza. In a post on his X account, Macron recalled that flights carrying more than 100 tons of humanitarian aid have already been delivered to Egypt, which borders the Strip.
The new flight "will include two mobile medical units to treat about 500 seriously injured people each," the French president wrote on the social network. Macron added that an "amphibious helicopter carrier" will arrive in Egypt "in the coming days" and will have "40 beds" to treat "seriously wounded" and "facilitate if necessary the transfer of wounded civilians to nearby hospitals."