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What has happened in the last few hours
These are the most relevant news from the last hours of the conflict between Israel and Hamas until 9:30 p.m. this Sunday, November 5:
Netanyahu reiterates that there will be no ceasefire in Gaza until Hamas releases the hostages. "There will be no ceasefire without the return of our hostages, we say this to both our enemies and our friends. We will continue until we defeat them," Netanyahu declared at the Ramon air force base in southern Israel. , reiterating the government's position.
Hezbollah claims to have fired several rockets into Israel in retaliation for the Israeli attack that killed four civilians in Lebanon. In a statement, the Lebanese militant faction said its attack came in response to Israel's "atrocious and brutal crime" that killed a woman and three children in southern Lebanon this afternoon. After this attack, Hezbollah had announced that there would be "consequences."
Abbas expresses to Blinken the need for a ceasefire in Gaza in a meeting in Ramallah. The president of the Palestinian National Authority (PNA) told the United States Secretary of State in a meeting in Ramallah, in the occupied West Bank, that an immediate ceasefire in Gaza is necessary, as his spokesman explained after the meeting. Nabil Abu Rudeineh. Abbas has also insisted to the head of US diplomacy that it is necessary for more humanitarian aid to enter the Strip, which is on the verge of a humanitarian catastrophe due to the military offensive and the blockade that Israel has exercised on it since last October 7. .
Evacuations from Gaza through the Rafah crossing are suspended after the Israeli bombing of an ambulance convoy. The Rafah border crossing between Gaza and Egypt remained closed to foreign passport holders this Sunday morning, for the second consecutive day, due to the decision of the authorities of the Strip to suspend evacuation operations in response to a Israeli airstrike against an ambulance convoy, according to rights organizations and local media.
Israeli bombings on Gaza have killed more than 9,700 people since October 7, according to Hamas. The Ministry of Health of Gaza, controlled by Hamas, an organization considered terrorist by the EU and the United States and which has de facto controlled the Strip since 2007, has raised this afternoon the number of deaths in the enclave due to Israeli bombings, which They amount to 9,770 since October 7.
Hundreds of pro-Palestinian protesters attempt to storm an air base housing US troops in Turkey. Hundreds of people tried this afternoon to storm the Incirlik air base, in southern Turkey, which houses US troops, during a pro-Palestinian demonstration. Footage from the protests shows police firing tear gas and using water cannons to disperse the crowd, who were waving Turkish and Palestinian flags and chanting slogans.
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