February 24, 2024

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Joe Biden urges Benjamin Netanyahu to protect civilians in Gaza

Joe Biden urges Benjamin Netanyahu to protect civilians in Gaza

On Sunday, December 24, the situation in the Gaza Strip remains dire. Palestinians are threatened with famine after more than two months of war. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, during an interview with Joe Biden, reiterated his desire to continue the offensive until Hamas is eliminated. During their telephone conversation on Saturday, the US President “Underlines the critical need to protect the public”And the two discussed “Targets” And this “phase” According to the White House, the Israeli attack. Joe Biden, who met with reporters, made it clear that he was not “Ceasefire Not Called”. Follow our live stream.

Bombardment and artillery fire continue. In Deir el-Balah, in the heart of the Palestinian Territory, people were killed and many others injured in Saturday's strike. AFP noted that many of them were women and children.

New attacks on ships in the Red Sea and on the coast of India. A chemical tanker collided off the Indian coast on Saturday “Drone Launched From Iran”. According to marine safety firm Ambre, the building “Aligned with Israel” and travel between Saudi Arabia and India. The The Wall Street Journal The Dutch company that operates MV Chem Pluto is committed to its role “Israeli Ship Linked to President Aidan Ofer”. Two oil tankers traveling in the Red Sea and a US destroyer were targeted by drones launched by Houthi rebels in Yemen, the US military said.

That's what Hamas says pMore than 200 Palestinians have been killed in the past 24 hours. The Israeli military announced on Saturday that nine soldiers had been killed during clashes with Hamas in Gaza, one of the highest single-day casualties in the tiny territory since the conflict began on October 7.

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