“Children who do survive this war will not only bear the visible wounds of traumatic injuries, but the invisible ones, too,” MSF International Secretary-General, Christopher Lockyear, told the 15-member Council.
In a televised speech broadcast by the group’s Al-Masirah channel, Al-Houthi said the group has targeted 48 Israeli, American and British ships in the Red Sea and the Arabian Sea, since the start of the Israeli aggression on Gaza, explaining that this is an important achievement, despite the “enemy’s reduction of the [ships’] movement, camouflaging ...
“Premature babies are at imminent risk of death in #Gaza due to the blockade, Israel’s constant attacks on hospitals, lack of medicine and fuel, and rampant infectious diseases,” the UN agency said via its UNFPA Arab States account on X, formerly Twitter.
The Ministry said in a statement, that the number of students who were killed in the Gaza Strip since the beginning of the aggression reached to 5,213, and those who were injured reached 8,691, while in the West Bank, 47 students were killed and 294 others were injured, in addition to 94 arrests.
Algeria requested that the Security Council vote on Tuesday on the text in its current form, while the US threatened to use its veto power, as happened during previous votes in mid-October and early December, despite the increasing pressure exerted by the international community in the face of the humantarian crisis in Gaza.
“Hamas responded all the time in a positive spirit and responsibly with the mediators in order to stop the aggression against our people, to end the unjust siege, and to allow the flow of aid, shelter, and reconstruction,” Haniyeh said in a statement.
Marchers in London gathered in Marble Arch to initiate the march on the Global Day of Action – organised by UK-based advocacy and Palestine action groups. The procession followed the main roads in central London to reach the Israeli Embassy.
UNRWA chief Philippe Lazzarini was speaking in Dublin, where Ireland announced €20 million ($21.6 million) in support for the agency and urged countries that have suspended funding to “urgently rescind that decision” and resume and expand their support.