• 🔴 En direct : Israël accusé d’avoir ciblé un convoi humanitaire à Gaza "voiture après voiture"

    Des membres du personnel des Nations Unies inspectent la carcasse d’une voiture utilisée par l’ONG World Central Kitchen, qui a été touchée par une frappe israélienne la veille à Deir al-Balah, dans le centre de la bande de Gaza, le 2 avril 2024. © AFP

    Le ministère de la Santé du Hamas annonce un nouveau bilan de 33 037 morts

    Le ministère de la Santé du Hamas a annoncé un nouveau bilan de 33 037 personnes tuées dans la bande de Gaza depuis le début de la guerre entre Israël et le mouvement islamiste palestinien le 7 octobre.

    En 24 heures, 62 morts supplémentaires ont été recensés, selon un communiqué du ministère, qui fait état de 75 668 blessés en près de six mois de guerre.

    Morning update | 4 April 2024 06:15 BST | Middle East Eye

    Overnight Israeli bombings on homes on Rafah have killed eight people, Palestine’s Wafa news agency is reporting
    Israel called up its air defence reservists for duty two days after the reported Israeli strike on Damascus which killed a top Iranian commander and several other people
    Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said Israel’s explanation for the killing of international aid workers in Gaza was “not good enough,” while US Secretary of Defence Lloyd Austin said he expressed his “outrage” to his Israeli counterpart over the incident.
    Scotland’s First Minister Humza Yousaf wrote to British Prime Minister RIshi Sunak asking for an “immediate end” of arms sales from the UK to Israel
    US State Department spokesperson Matthew Miller hinted that his country may not support Palestine’s bid for full membership at the UN, saying that the issue of Palestinian statehood should be addressed through “direct negotiations” and “not at the United Nations.”

    Evening recap | 3 April 2024 23:37 BST | Middle East Eye

    The Palestinian health ministry in Gaza said that 59 people were killed by Israeli attacks over the past 24 hours, bringing the total to 32,975 since the beginning of the war on 7 October.

    14,500 children have been killed since the beginning of the war, including 30 of starvation. Of the victims, 73 percent are women and children, while 17,000 children have lost at least one of their parents.

    Additionally, 484 medical personnel have been killed, along with 140 journalists and 65 civil defence members.

    In other developments:

    One in three children below the age of two is now acutely malnourished, the World Food Programme said.
    Belgium’s Foreign Minister says her country is open to recognising Palestine as a state “when the moment comes”.
    Ambulances transporting some of the dead bodies of the World Central Kitchen workers arrived in Egypt.
    Haaretz, Israel’s longest-running newspaper in print, called for an end to the war in Gaza in an editorial.
    The United Nations has implemented a temporary suspension of its night-time operations in Gaza.
    Israeli war cabinet member Benny Gantz called for the holding of national elections in September.
    Founder of World Central Kitchen celebrity chef Jose Andres told Reuters on Wednesday that an Israeli assault, which resulted in the death of seven food aid workers in Gaza, had “systematically, car by car” targeted them.
    President Joe Biden is scheduled for a phone conversation with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday.