Israel's relentless military campaign in Gaza intensifies

Israel's war on Gaza has led to deep humanitarian crisis in the region. In the embattled Gaza Strip, the situation grows increasingly dire, with inhabitants struggling to find food and cling to life.

Children at Risk as Starvation and Dehydration Take Toll

The situation in Gaza is becoming increasingly critical for its youngest residents, with alarming reports indicating that children are beginning to succumb to starvation and dehydration as time runs out.

Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh Submits Resignation

Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh announced his government's resignation on Monday amid West Bank and Gaza Strip tensions. The resignation comes in response to US pressure on the Palestinian Authority to develop a political structure capable of governing a Palestinian state following the Gaza war.

Netanyahu Says Israel Will Invade Gaza City of Rafah for Complete Victory

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu emphasised on Sunday that the military is prepared to initiate a ground assault on Rafah with the aim of securing a "complete triumph" against Hamas.

UN Chief Warns: Rafah Invasion Would Put "Final Nail In Coffin"

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres cautioned on Monday that an invasion of Rafah could severely disrupt aid operations, describing it as "putting the final nail in the coffin." Rafah, where around 1.4 million Palestinians have sought refuge near the Egyptian border, is also "the core of the humanitarian aid operation" in the Gaza Strip.

Biden's Optimism: Israel Would Cease Fighting During Ramadan

US President Joe Biden expressed his hope for a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas, noting that Israel has committed to pausing its military operations in Gaza during Ramadan, contingent upon the successful negotiation of a hostage-release agreement.