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Israel-Hamas war live updates: First aid trucks enter Gaza from Egypt; Palestinian leader says ‘we will remain on our land’

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    -54% Very Liberal

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    85% ReliableGood

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    -40% Medium Liberal

  • Politician Portrayal

    42% Positive

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70% : — Associated PressUS Secretary of Defence Lloyd Austinand US Secretary of State Antony Blinken look on ahead of a press conference by the US President at NATO Headquarters in Brussels on March 24, 2022.Brendan Smialowski | AFP | Getty ImagesSecretary of State Antony Blinkena and Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin will testify before the Senate Appropriations Committee later this month on President Joe Biden's supplemental funding request.
59% : Sam MeredithIsrael on Saturday urged its citizens to immediately leave Egypt and Jordan, saying the ongoing Israel-Hamas conflict has coincided with a "significant increase in anti-Israel protests" in countries across the globe — and particularly in Arab countries in the Middle East.
58% : — Sam MeredithAn aid convoy on Saturday entered Gaza for the first time since the outbreak of the Israel-Hamas war, swiftly prompting UN officials and policymakers to call for the sustained delivery of vital essential goods to meet the needs of those living in the besieged enclave.
55% : Rebecca Picciotto People on the Egyptian side of the Rafah border crossing watch as a convoy of lorries carrying humanitarian aid crosses to the Gaza Strip on October 21, 2023.Mohammed Assad | AFP | Getty ImagesSecretary of State Antony Blinken welcomed the arrival of critical humanitarian aid to Gaza and thanked regional partners."We
53% : "I am confident that this delivery will be the start of a sustainable effort to provide essential supplies – including food, water, medicine and fuel – to the people of Gaza, in a safe, dependable, unconditional and unimpeded manner," Martin Griffiths, the United Nations undersecretary for humanitarian affairs and emergency relief, said in a statement."Two
52% : Picture Alliance | Picture Alliance | Getty ImagesFirst convoy of relief trucks begins to enter the Gaza Strip from the Egyptian side of the Rafah crossing, in Rafah, Gaza on October 21, 2023.Anadolu Agency | Anadolu Agency | Getty ImagesFirst convoy of relief trucks begins to enter the Gaza Strip from the Egyptian side of the Rafah crossing, in Rafah, Gaza on October 21, 2023.Anadolu Agency | Anadolu Agency | Getty ImagesThe United Nations welcomed Saturday's delivery of aid into Gaza, saying the humanitarian supplies followed days of "deep and intense" negotiations.
49% : Lisa Maree Williams | Getty Images News | Getty ImagesThousands took part in a pro-Palestinian march in Australia's biggest city, Sydney, on Saturday, getting last-minute approval amid concerns after some protesters at an earlier rally had chanted anti-Jewish slogans.
44% : Government of Israel, the IDF and the entire security apparatus will continue to do all they can, using any means available, to locate all those missing and bring home all the kidnapped," the Israeli prime minister said.—
43% : The update follows a sweeping evacuation order for almost half of Gaza's 2.3 million people — an order the UN warned would not be possible "without devastating humanitarian consequences."The military also pledged an "even stronger" attack on Hamas in order to bring home all those abducted by the Palestinian militant group.

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