“My goal was to prevent escalation.” Emmanuel Macron begins his Middle East tour in Cairo on Wednesday, October 25, before departing for France. “We have a collective responsibility (…) I hope I have convinced everyone”Following a meeting with his Egyptian counterpart, Abdel Fattah al-Sissi, he affirmed the head of state while defending his international coalition’s bid for peace. “There are no plans to send French soldiers to Gaza” said the head of state.
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French support for Gaza. “The plane will land in France tomorrow [en Egypte] To provide medical equipment” In the Gaza Strip, it was announced Emmanuel Macron. “Others will follow”, the state president added. Further, “Ship of the National Navy” I will leave “Toulon in the next 48 hours” For providing aid to Gazan hospitals.
Tributes to those who died in France. A commemoration ceremony will be organized in France for the French people killed in the Hamas attack, France Televisions has learned from the President’s team. The date, venue and methods are still being considered. 30 French people were killed and nine are still missing during Hamas’s deadly attacks on Israel on October 7.
The story of a former Israeli hostage. Yocheved Lifschitz, 85, who was released by Hamas, told Tel Aviv “Gone to Hell” During his kidnapping. She says there was “Carried away on a motorbike (…) with my body on one side and my legs on the other”After “Hit the Way”was taken “Network of Mines” Before being “Well Conducted” With the arrival of a doctor, by his captors in the Gaza Strip.
Israel and Hamas report the death toll. Israeli officials, in their latest report, report that more than 1,400 people died in Israeli territory during the Hamas offensive. The Hamas health ministry, for its part, says more than 6,546 people have been killed in Israeli strikes, the majority civilians. On either side, these estimates have not been verified by an independent source.
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