[Live] Israel-Hamas war: negotiations around a truce while fighting still rages in Gaza

Fierce fighting continues on Tuesday between the Israeli army and Palestinian Hamas in Khan Younes, in the south of Gaza, against a backdrop of negotiations to put the war on “


 ” for a few weeks, in the absence of a longer-term solution. 

Civilians flee Khan Younes where fighting rages, Monday January 22, 2024. AP - Fatima Shbair

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What you must remember :

Israel offered Hamas, via the mediation of Egypt


Qatar, a two-month pause

in fighting and raids in Gaza in exchange for the release of all hostages, the American site Axios reported Monday evening .

Israel continues an increasingly intense offensive in the south of the Gaza Strip


Israeli forces, advancing deep into western Khan Yunis in bloody battles, stormed a hospital and besieged another on Monday.

■ A

meeting was held this Monday in Brussels

 with European foreign ministers and six of their counterparts from the region.

But the Twenty-Seven came up against Israel's refusal to consider a two-state solution.

■ According to a report announced Monday January 22 by the Hamas Ministry of Health, 

25,295 people have been killed in Gaza 

since the start of the war on October 7.

The majority of the dead are women, adolescents and children.

There are more than 63,000 injured.

Times are given in universal time (Paris-1)

06:00: Fighting rages in Khan Younes, southern Gaza

Early Tuesday, Palestinian witnesses reported Israeli artillery fire near the Nasser hospital in Khan Younes, the main town in the south of the territory where according to Israel the local Hamas leaders are hiding. 

The Palestinian Red Crescent accused the Israeli army of carrying out artillery fire on the fourth floor of its headquarters in Khan Younes, and drones of opening fire, injuring people who had taken refuge in the pregnant with this medical complex.

According to the UN humanitarian aid coordination office (Ocha), “hostilities are intensifying” in this city where the Israeli army claimed on Monday to have taken control of Hamas command posts. 

The Palestinian telecoms operator Paltel announced a new cut in internet and mobile communications, a consequence of Israeli military operations in the territory where the situation was already critical for civilians.

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