Large-caliber projectiles hit the area where the office of the International Committee of the Red Cross is located in Gaza. There are hundreds of displaced civilians living around there, in tents. After the bombing "22 bodies and 45 wounded were taken to the nearby Red Cross field hospital." The ICRC itself made this known on X. «Firing so dangerously close to humanitarian structures puts the lives of civilians and humanitarian workers at risk», underlines the Committee.

THE DENIAL – The Israeli army was not involved in the raid: «Preliminary investigations - underlined the military spokesperson, quoted by the media - indicate that the army did not strike. Other investigations are underway."

In the meantime, a statement has been issued by Ismail Haniyeh, leader of Hamas, according to whom the Islamic faction is open to examining "any document or initiative that guarantees the basis of the resistance's position in the ceasefire negotiations" in the Gaza Strip.

The condition is that of "a permanent ceasefire" before considering an exchange of prisoners and underlining that "the priority is to end the criminal war against the Palestinian people".

In a press conference in Madrid with Spanish Foreign Minister José Manuel Albares, Qatari Prime Minister Mohammed bin Abdelrahman Al-Thani assured that the emirate continues its mediation efforts to "bridge the gap" between Israel and Hamas and reach to a ceasefire and the release of Israeli hostages. “We have continued our efforts without interruption over the past few days,” the prime minister said.


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