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# Gaza

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2023
'We are hearing horrific reports': Irish paediatricians plan Gaza mission to bring lifesaving aid
UN Security Council passes resolution for acceleration of aid into Gaza after days of negotiations
It comes after the UN warned that the entire population of Gaza faces “an imminent risk of famine”.
'They're not living, they're surviving': Disease, thirst and hunger threaten displaced Gazans
Irish banks urged to respond to claims that payments to Gaza have been 'blocked'
More than 20 countries join coalition to protect Red Sea shipping
Dublin family plead for Government's help in getting daughter out of Gaza as bombings continue
Israeli army bombs scores of targets in Gaza as diplomats press on with efforts to halt fighting
As places for people to go continues to shrink, international outrage has mounted over the rising death toll.
Netanyahu & the American Evangelicals: 'They wage war in our country, then celebrate Christmas'
More than 20,000 dead in Gaza since 7 October, Hamas says
Some 8,000 children are among the dead.
The UN Security Council is set to vote later today on a resolution calling for a pause in the conflict.
It is estimated that 1.9 million of Gaza's 2.4 million residents have been displaced.
Freight expert on Red Sea attacks: Hope it's not an 'Ever Given' scenario but potentially a big issue
Irish Palestinians plead for government help to get loved ones out of Gaza
UN postpones vote on calls for ceasefire in Gaza for second time
The members will reconvene to vote on Wednesday.
Former president Mary Robinson says Joe Biden is ‘losing respect’ due to his position on Gaza
Security Council postpones new Gaza ceasefire vote to Tuesday
Israel continues to bomb Gaza as it faces accusation it is 'starving' Palestinians
The UN Security Council is to vote today on a new resolution calling for an “urgent and sustainable cessation of hostilities” in Gaza.
The health ministry in Gaza says more than 18,800 people have been killed in Israel's campaign in Gaza.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu yesterday again vowed to "fight until the end".
EU launches probe into Elon Musk's X over disinformation related to 7 October Hamas attack
Killed Israeli hostage's brother says army 'abandoned and murdered' him
Israel says it has found large tunnel at Gaza border, raising pre-war intelligence questions
Pope deplores deaths of mother and daughter reportedly killed by Israeli army in Gaza parish
Several European foreign ministers urge ceasefire but Netanyahu is ‘committed as ever’ to war
'There is no safe haven': Over 60 journalists killed since start of Israel-Hamas conflict
The conflict is one of the deadliest for journalists in history.
Three hostages killed by Israeli troops were 'shirtless and carrying white cloth', IDF confirms
'Please bring him back': Wife of Irish citizen trapped in Gaza pleads for his safe return
Maersk and Hapag-Lloyd suspends routes through Red Sea after ships attacked
EU Council ends without call for Gaza ceasefire as Taoiseach says bloc must 'insist on two-state solution'
RTÉ receives close to 500 emails calling on it to boycott Eurovision due to Israel’s involvement
The organisers of the Eurovision have described it as a ‘competition for broadcasters – not governments’.
The EU has lost credibility because of Gaza, Taoiseach says
Senior US official visits Israel to discuss 'timetables', as nine soldiers killed in ambush
The army has continued to meet heavy resistance in an offensive against Hamas that has drawn international outrage.
Biden's administration shows signs of strained patience with ally Israel
Israel says it will press on with Gaza offensive 'with or without international support'
Taoiseach: 'Even the US is beginning to have second thoughts about what's unfolding in Gaza'
Irish-Palestinian doctor speaks of the dwindling services left in Gazan hospitals
Biden says Israel is ‘losing support’ over ‘indiscriminate bombing’ campaign
Tom Clonan: Gaza has become hell on earth, while the world just watches
Overwhelming majority of countries at UN General Assembly backs demand for ceasefire in Gaza
The vote comes as Israeli forces continued to battle Hamas militants today and bombed more targets in the devastated Gaza Strip.
The UN estimates 1.9 million of Gaza's 2.4 million people have been displaced by the conflict, half of them children.
The Gaza health ministry updated the death toll in Gaza to 18,412, mostly women and children.
Pro-Palestinian demonstration held outside US ambassador’s residence in Dublin
'It's unconscionable': Politicians to boycott US ambassador’s Christmas party over 'Israeli bombardment'
Zara apologises and pulls advert over claims it had similarities to scenes emerging from Gaza
Israel to carry out examinations of relief supplies entering into Gaza
Israel continues bombing in south Gaza as Hamas issues warning over lives of hostages
Israel had urged civilians to seek refuge in the far south, but the army has kept striking targets throughout the territory.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called on Hamas to "surrender now" after his national security advisor claimed the army had killed 7,000 militants.
The Gaza health ministry has said Israeli bombardment has killed at least 18,205 people, mostly women and children.
The UN General Assembly will meet tomorrow to discuss the humanitarian crisis.