Israel to have ‘security responsibility’ for Gaza after fighting

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu has said Israel will have “overall security responsibility” for Gaza once the fighting ends for an “indefinite period”.
He resisted calls for a ceasefire but says shorter “humanitarian pauses” might be possible.
On the ground, Israel said it attacked Hamas targets in Gaza from the air, sea, and on the ground.
Explosions were reported in the southern city of Khan Younis, with pictures showing destroyed buildings
It’s been one month since Hamas attacked Israel on 7 October, killing more than 1,400 people and kidnapping more than 200 others.
The Israeli military responded with air strikes and a ground operation – it says it’s targeting Hamas infrastructure and minimising civilian deaths.
More than 10,000 people have been killed in Gaza according to the Hamas-run health ministry, including more than 4,100 children.
In Jerusalem last night, crowds gathered to light 1,400 candles and hostages’ faces were projected onto the Western Wall

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