“We continue to work hard.” The White House confirmed on Saturday, November 18, that it was doing everything possible to reach an agreement between Israel and Hamas to free hostages, with the aim of marking a pause in the fighting, but without ‘momentarily achieving’ the expected victory. “We haven’t reached an agreement yet.” wrote At X (formerly Twitter) Spokesman for the White House National Security Council. Adrian Watson denied this information The Washington Post, It says the warlords reached an agreement to release the hostages in exchange for a five-day pause in fighting. Follow our live stream.
WHO wants to vacate Al-Sifa hospital. Al-Sifa hospital in the Gaza Strip is the largest targeted by Israeli strikes. “Death Zone”, It condemned the World Health Organization (WHO) for demanding his expulsion. Hundreds of people sheltering at the hospital left the compound on Saturday after receiving orders from the Israeli army, according to the facility’s director and an AFP journalist on site. But the Israeli soldiers refused the order to leave.
Israel is expanding its operations in the Gaza Strip. As the war entered its 44th day on Sunday, the Israeli army “It continues to expand its operations in new areas of the Gaza Strip”, she announced. It said it carried out operations on Saturday in Jabaliya and Jaitown areas in the north of the territory. As of October 9, Israel has promised“destroy” Hamas, which seized power in Gaza in 2007, cut off food, water, electricity and medicine supplies to the tiny Palestinian enclave.
The hostage march arrives in Jerusalem. In Israel, relatives of some 240 people abducted on October 7, the day of the Hamas attack, arrived in Jerusalem on Saturday after days of walking to pressurize their government and demand the release of the hostages. “Now take them home, all of them” Protesters set off from Tel Aviv on Tuesday amid a sea of Israeli flags.
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