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As of: January 11, 2024 3:34 a.m

The UN Security Council handed a decision calling for an finish to the Houthi assaults. Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu has made it clear that his nation doesn’t plan to completely occupy the Gaza Strip. All developments within the stay weblog.

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Netanyahu: No everlasting occupation of Gaza

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks out publicly for the primary time in opposition to calls for from right-wing members of the federal government that Palestinians ought to voluntarily depart the Gaza Strip and make room for Israelis. “I want to make a few points absolutely clear: Israel has no intention of permanently occupying the Gaza Strip or expelling the civilian population,” Netanyahu stated on the social media platform X. Although that is Israel’s official coverage, Netanyahu’s earlier statements have been everlasting occupation of the Gaza Strip is contradictory and generally opaque.

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UN Security Council passes decision calling for finish to Houthi assaults

The United Nations Security Council has referred to as on Yemen’s Houthi rebels to right away cease their assaults on ships within the Red Sea. This emerges from a Security Council decision adopted with eleven votes in favour, none in opposition to and 4 abstentions. At the identical time, the Houthis are being requested to launch the Japanese “Galaxy Leader,” which was seized by the group on November 19 and is linked to an Israeli businessman, together with its crew. The decision helps the US-led activity drive to defend the ships, however on the similar time warns in opposition to an escalation of tensions.

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Wednesday’s stay weblog for studying

An Israeli delegation has arrived in Cairo to barter the discharge of extra Hamas hostages. Federal Foreign Minister Baerbock sees no genocidal intentions in Israel’s actions within the Gaza Strip. Wednesday’s developments to learn.