When 20 days have passed since the start of the war between Israel and Hamas, the Islamist group has assured that “about 50” of his hostages died in Gaza due to the bombings by Israel, which this Thursday carried out a tank raid on the Palestinian enclave with a view to invading it.
Hamas claims that some 7,000 people, almost 3,000 childrendied in the bombings on the Strip that began hours after the unexpected attack on October 7.
Meanwhile, the international community fears the consequences of a possible Israeli ground offensive in the enclave Palestinian, where international aid barely arrives. The European leaders, meeting in Brussels, advocated this Thursday for the creation of “humanitarian corridors” and for “pauses” to meet the needs of the population. Furthermore, the 27 declared themselves in favor of the organization of an “international peace conference” that would take place “soon.”