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Biden says deal for non-permanent ceasefire by Monday unlikely

Biden says deal for non-permanent ceasefire by Monday unlikely


Biden says deal for non-permanent ceasefire by Monday unlikely



Devastation in Gaza as Israel wages war on Hamas



  • US President Joe Biden says an agreement before Monday on a ceasefire and hostage deal appears unlikely and the US will airdrop humanitarian aid and supplies into Gaza "very soon."


  • There are growing international calls for an investigation into the carnage at an aid convoy in northern Gaza on Thursday, where Palestinian officials say the Israeli military opened fire as civilians waited for food.


  • At least 112 people were killed and hundreds were injured, according to the health ministry in Gaza, representing one of the single deadliest incidents since the war began. Israel’s military and eyewitnesses gave contradictory accounts of events on the ground.


  • At least 10 children have starved to death during the war in Gaza, according to the UN, as a top official warns of "man-made famine."

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