Israel–Hamas war

Hamas: We are ready

"If Israel has a serious intention to release its soldiers who are captured, then we are ready to conclude a comprehensive agreement," Hamad told Al Jazeera, RIA reports.
About 200 Israelis captured during the October 7 attack on Israel are still in the Gaza Strip.

Representatives of European and Arab countries meet in Barcelona

Delegations from European Union member states and Middle Eastern and north African countries are meeting yesterday in Barcelona, Spain, to discuss the crisis in Gaza, where a fragile pause in fighting is set to expire.

Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan also attended in meeting.

Israeli families pen letter to Erdoğan for intervention in hostage crisis

A group of Israeli families who have had their relatives held hostage by Hamas have penned a letter to President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, seeking humanitarian intervention in the ongoing crisis.

The letter dated Nov. 3 bears the signatures of Meirav Leshem Gonen and Malki Shem-Tov, representing the Hostages and Missing Families Forum.

It's announced: Close to destruction... VIDEO

The Israeli military says it is entering the next phase of its ground offensive in Gaza and that it is close to destroying the Hamas military system in the northern Gaza Strip.
The humanitarian situation in Gaza is getting worse - hospitals are closing due to the lack of working conditions, and the lack of fuel is hampering the operation of telecommunications.

Communications collapse in Gaza, threatening to worsen humanitarian crisis

Internet and telephone services collapsed across the Gaza Strip on Thursday for lack of fuel, the main Palestinian provider said, bringing a potentially long-term blackout of communications as Israel signaled its offensive against Hamas could next target the south, where most of the population has taken refuge.

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