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- Twelve new hostages — ten Israelis and two Thais — were freed by Hamas and arrived in Israel.On Tuesday evening, November 28, the Israeli military announced.
- 30 Palestinian prisoners – women and youths under the age of 19 – were released on Tuesday evening., the Israeli prison authority announced. Among them is Ahmed Salaima, a 14-year-old boy. He is the youngest Palestinian prisoner to be released since the ceasefire took effect.
- Since the ceasefire started on Friday, The Islamic Movement freed eighty-one hostages. For his part, Israel released 180 Palestinian prisoners.
- According to the Palestinian Red Cross, one hundred and fifty trucks of humanitarian aid have entered the northern Gaza Strip since the ceasefire began on Friday.
- UN “Increased risk of starvation” In the Palestinian enclave. There was no six-day ceasefire “Not enough to make a significant impact”The World Food Program estimates that this is required “Uninterrupted and Regular Delivery” Food in Gaza.
- French helicopter carrier DixmuidThe hospital was designed to provide support and, according to Armed Forces Minister Sébastien Lecornu, received the wounded first. The minister said the ship’s hospital system, which arrived Monday in the Egyptian port of El-Arich, has two operating theatres, forty beds, eighty attendants, scanners and analytical laboratories.
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Interview. Serge Sur, Academician: “The Middle East Graveyard of International Law”
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Encryption. With the release of hostages in trickles and lulls, Hamas continues to wage war against Israel on psychological terrain.
Interview. Former United Nations spokesman Khaled Mansour: “In Gaza, more than a hundred United Nations staff have died, which is unprecedented.”
editorial. Release all Gaza hostages
Chronic. Palestine has never suffered so much
facts. Humanitarian aid arrives in Gaza without access to water, food and medicine
Video. Emotion after the release of the first hostages
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