Published Nov 2, 2023 at 9:32 PM IST

Israel sends more troops into Gaza

IDF moves additional troops to Gaza after series of air strikes. Soldiers can be seen moving to Gaza side with sophisticated weapons.
Republic Media Network's Gursimran Singh reports from the Israel-Gaza border bringing the latest updates from ground zero. 

In the latest from the war: 
With no end in sight after weeks of heavy fighting, U.S. and Arab mediators intensified efforts to ease Israel’s siege of the Hamas-ruled enclave and called for at least a brief halt to the hostilities in order to aid civilians.

U.S. President Joe Biden suggested a humanitarian “pause” the day before, as an apparent agreement among the U.S., Egypt, Israel and Qatar, which mediates with Hamas, allowed hundreds of Palestinians with foreign passports and dozens of wounded to leave Gaza for the first time. Dozens more left on Thursday.

Israel did not immediately respond to Biden’s remarks, but Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has previously ruled out a cease-fire.

Published November 2nd, 2023 at 21:32 IST

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