Palestinians in Gaza City’s east told to evacuate


Palestinians in eastern Gaza City are being told to evacuate as Israeli military expands orders, while Israel's leaders express intentions to continue fighting in Gaza and with Hezbollah despite truce talks.

Palestinians in Gaza City’s east told to evacuate
Palestinians are fleeing eastern parts of Gaza City after the Israeli military expanded “immediate” evacuation orders to the Tuffah, Darraj and Old City neighbourhoods, Al Jazeera reports.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel will only agree to a deal with Hamas that allows it to resume fighting in Gaza while Defence Minister Yoav Gallant says Israel will keep fighting with Lebanon’s Hezbollah even if a truce agreement is reached in Gaza.

Mediated truce talks are expected to continue in Egypt and Qatar this week.

At least 38,153 people have been killed and 87,828 wounded in Israel’s war on Gaza since October 7. The death toll in Israel from the Hamas-led attacks is estimated at 1,139, with dozens of people still held captive in Gaza.

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