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Live Gaza.  Israel launches new attacks on Hezbollah in Lebanon – Israel accepts ceasefire in Gaza, “ball is in Hamas court”, US says |  Israel-Palestine conflict

Live Gaza. Israel launches new attacks on Hezbollah in Lebanon – Israel accepts ceasefire in Gaza, “ball is in Hamas court”, US says | Israel-Palestine conflict


Israel strikes back at Hezbollah in Lebanon

The Israeli army is at it again Hit Hezbollah positions in southern Lebanon. Have airplanes It hit two military positions of Iranian-backed militants, the Israeli military announced Saturday evening. last 48 hours”A total of ten terrorists were killedincluding one commanderA military spokesman said.

The Air Force says something A vehicle carrying several Hezbollah fighters. Militants reportedly fired rockets into Israeli territory. Information provided by the Israeli military cannot be independently verified.

Hezbollah agreed earlier on Saturday Six militants were killed in the Israeli attack. Terrorists have reported attacking an Israeli army camp near the town of Liman and Israeli soldiers near the border. This information also cannot be independently verified. There are no reports of possible casualties in Israel.

Gaza has been bombed since the start of the war Hezbollah and Israel each other regularly. stay there There were deaths on both sides. Tens of thousands of people from both countries have fled their homes due to the fighting along the border.


“The ball is in Hamas's court,” says Washington

A senior US official has assured that Israel has “more or less” agreed to a ceasefire in the Gaza Strip and that the “ball is now in Hamas's court” to enforce the ceasefire.

“There is a deal on the table. The Israelis have more or less accepted it. And if Hamas wants to release a well-defined category of vulnerable hostages, a six-week ceasefire will start today in Gaza,” the official said. Officer.

He noted that “discussions continue” to seal a deal before the start of the Islamic fasting month of Ramadan, which begins in a week. “The Israelis have agreed in principle to elements of the deal. The ball is now in Hamas's court.”

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Israel says it wants a partial suspension of military operations for humanitarian purposes

Israel's military has announced a temporary suspension of military operations in parts of the Gaza Strip to provide aid. It will apply to certain neighborhoods in the cities of Rafah and Deir al-Bala from 10am to 2pm every day until Thursday, a military spokesman told X.

Interruptions in military operations should also facilitate safe access of civilians to aid distribution locations.

One of the points of contention between Israel and international aid organizations is humanitarian aid to the Palestinian people affected by the war-torn Gaza Strip. Organizations often complain that food, water and other essentials cannot reach those seeking aid due to bureaucratic obstacles. Israel, which controls Gaza's border crossing with Egypt, denies it is unnecessarily guarding convoys along the border.


11 people were killed in an Israeli airstrike on a refugee camp

At least 11 Palestinians were killed in an Israeli airstrike on a refugee camp in Rafah, in the southern Gaza Strip. This is according to the Hamas-controlled Ministry of Health. Another 50 people were injured. The information could not be independently verified. The Israeli military has yet to comment.

According to officials, some refugee tents outside an Emirati hospital in the Tal al-Sultan neighborhood were attacked. The victims included a paramedic and a nurse from the hospital.

About 1.5 million people are currently trapped in Rafah, which borders Egypt. Most of them fled the war from other parts of the closed coastal zone. They usually live in tents without proper sanitation or health care.

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Earlier in the war, Israel declared parts of Rafah safe, including Tal al-Sultan, while calling on Palestinian civilians to evacuate the rest of the Gaza Strip.

30,320 people have been killed and more than 71,500 injured in Gaza since the war began.


Sources: Partial agreement on Gaza ceasefire

Egyptian security sources told Reuters that the parties negotiating a ceasefire in the Gaza Strip have agreed on key issues. Talks will resume in Cairo on Sunday.

The sources said an agreement was reached on a ceasefire and exchange of hostages and prisoners. Other issues, such as the return of residents to northern Gaza, are still being discussed.

The deaths of around a hundred Palestinians in Gaza during aid deliveries this week have not delayed the talks, the sources said. Conversations are accelerated.