Israel-Hamas War News Live Updates: Hamas attack was to halt Israel-Saudi Arabia thaw, Biden says
Israel Hamas War Live Updates: At least 4,137 people have been killed in the Gaza Strip since Israel began bombarding the Palestinian enclave, the Hamas-controlled health ministry said on Friday. The ministry said another 13,162 people have been wounded in the Israeli strikes, which have been ongoing since October 7.Meanwhile, US president Joe Biden is seeking $100 billion in new spending from Congress, with 60 billion dollars allocated for Ukraine,14 billion dollars for Israel, 10 billion dollars for humanitarian aid, 14 billion dollars for border security, and 7 billion dollars for the Indo-Pacific region. Additionally, Russia has advised its citizens to avoid Israel and adjacent territories for the time being
Israel-Hamas War LIVE Updates: Iraqi PM Mohammed Shia al-Sudani leaves for Cairo to attend peace summit
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Israel-Hamas War LIVE Updates: Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammed Shia al-Sudani departed from Baghdad early on Saturday to participate in a peace conference in Cairo, focused on addressing the conflict between Israel and the Palestinian group Hamas in Gaza.
Israel-Hamas War LIVE Updates: Iraqi PM Mohammed Shia al-Sudani leaves for Cairo to attend peace summitLIVE UPDATES
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Israel-Hamas War LIVE Updates: Palestinians evacuate wounded from a building destroyed in Israeli bombardment in Khan Younis, Gaza Strip, Thursday, Oct. 19, 2023. AP/PTI
Israel-Hamas War LIVE Updates: Hamas has reportedly released two American hostages who were held in Gaza since an incident where militants entered southern Israel on October 7. This release occurred even as Israeli airstrikes continued to target the southern Gaza region, which has seen an influx of civilians who followed Israeli instructions and fled there from the north.
Israel's evacuation of a substantial town near the Lebanese border is raising concerns of a possible ground invasion of Gaza, a move that has the potential to spark regional instability.
President Joe Biden on Friday said that he can't let terrorists like ‘Hamas’ and tyrants like ‘Putin’ win.
Biden underscored the existential threat Hamas poses to Israel's democracy in a speech that also touched on Ukraine's resistance against Russia's invasion.
"We can't ignore the humanity of innocent Palestinians who only want to live in peace and have opportunity," he said.
According to US officials, there have been multiple attacks on American troops in Iraq and Syria in recent days, Reuters reported. Washington remains on high alert due to concerns about the actions of Iran-backed groups, particularly as regional tensions escalate amid the Israel-Hamas conflict.
Over the past two weeks, President Joe Biden has deployed significant naval forces to the Middle East, including two aircraft carriers, additional warships, and approximately 2,000 Marines.
With the outbreak of the Israel-Hamas conflict on October 7th, there has been a noticeable increase in attacks targeting US forces. One such incident occurred on Wednesday when a drone struck US forces in Syria, causing minor injuries, while another drone was successfully intercepted and neutralised.
In response to Hamas's October 7th attack, Israel has initiated a continuous barrage of the Gaza Strip, prompting the call-up of an unprecedented 360,000 reservists. Regrettably, the assault has led to a significant loss of life, with an estimated 1,400 casualties, primarily civilians.
According to the Palestinian health ministry, a minimum of 4,137 Palestinians, including hundreds of children, have lost their lives, and 13,000 have sustained injuries in Gaza. The United Nations has reported that over one million people have been displaced from their homes due to the ongoing conflict.
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