June 16, 2024

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US President Joe Biden has announced that a new ceasefire agreement has been proposed by the Hebrew government.

US President Joe Biden has announced that a new ceasefire agreement has been proposed by the Hebrew government.

Israel proposed a new treaty “Comprehensive Armistice” in three stages US President Joe Biden told Hamas on Friday, May 31. The agreement includes the withdrawal of Israeli hostages from Gaza and the reconstruction of civilian areas, in exchange for the total withdrawal of Israeli forces over a period of six weeks. Joe Biden insisted that leaders of both parties do not “Rater C Moment”. “Now all those who want peace must raise their voices and strive to make this peace a reality.”, he emphasized. Follow our live stream.

UN laments “apocalyptic” life in southern Gaza Strip “Our experience of leaving Rafah over the last twenty days has been both impressive and terrifying to a large number of people.”, lamented Matthew Hollingworth, Palestinian Territories Director of the World Food Program (WFP). WFP bakeries in the south were forced to close due to fuel shortages. In the center and north, the situation has improved but remains critical, the agency said.

End of Israeli operations in Jabaliya, north of the enclave. An Israeli military spokesman announced on Friday that ground operations in the Jabaliya area, located in the northern Gaza Strip, would be halted. Israeli daily catchz. These tests made recovery possible “Seven Bodies of Hostages”, to destroy “10 km tunnels” kill More than 100 terroristsdemands the IDF in a published message On that day. The Rafah area (south of the enclave), which has become the epicenter of the conflict, continued on Friday with strikes and ground attacks.

Israeli businessmen not welcome at defense fair in France France canceled the participation of Israeli arms manufacturers at the Eurosatory defense fair on Friday after the Israeli army’s shelling of a displaced persons camp in Rafah sparked international outrage and sparked protests in the hexagon. In response, Benny Gantz, a member of the Israeli war cabinet, asked France to “reverse” the decision.

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