Biden acknowledges that the shooting in Gaza complicates the possibility of a ceasefire

The army shoots Israel in the city of Ribbon The conflict, which has left 104 Palestinians dead and another 280 injured, will impact negotiations between the Netanyahu government and Hamas over a ceasefire in the war.

The President of the United States, Joe Bidenhe explained at the gates of the White House He wants to take him to Andrews Base in a helicopter, who is following the events and knows that the deaths of these civilians will complicate negotiations.

Biden, who expressed hope for an agreement earlier this week Stop the fire At the beginning of next week he admitted that it probably won’t be Monday as expected, but later and he remains optimistic. “Hope is the last thing to be lost,” the president emphasized.

More than 100 dead in an Israeli attack on an aid distribution line in Gaza

More than 100 people died this Thursday in an Israeli attack on the site where hundreds of Gazans were waiting in Gaza City for the distribution of humanitarian aid Gaza Strip Ministry of Healthcontrolled by Hamas.

The number of people killed in the war in Gaza rose to over 30,000

The Gaza Government Media Officecontrolled by Hamasinitially reported that about 70 people were killed in the attack on Al-Rashid Street in southeast Gaza City, a number that could rise in the coming hours.

The Israeli army has just announced that it fired on what it believed was a crowd of people: “a threat“Dozens were injured during food distribution”while pushing and trampling“after they surrounded the trucks carrying humanitarian aid and began looting,” a statement said.

“The attack was deliberate and premeditated in the context of the genocide and ethnic cleansing of the population of the Gaza Strip. The occupying army knew that these victims had come to this area for food and aid, but they killed them in cold blood.”, ha The Gaza government has denounced this it is a statement.

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