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Israel-Hamas war live updates: UN chief says Hamas comments were misrepresented amid resignation calls; Gaza fuel running out

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53% : "— Karen GilchristU.S. Ambassador to Israel nominee and former Secretary of the Treasury Jack Lew attends a portrait unveiling of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at the State Department on September 26, 2023 in Washington, DC.Alex Wong | Getty ImagesU.S. Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin said he would support former Treasury Secretary Jack Lew to be President Joe Biden's next ambassador to Israel.
49% : Gehad Hamdy | Picture Alliance | Getty ImagesIsrael's representative to the U.N. has called for the resignation of the organization's Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, following his remarks on the Israel-Hamas conflict and action in Gaza.
48% : In Reuters-reported comments from a briefing, chief military spokesperson Daniel Hagari said Iran is supplying Palestinian militant group Hamas with intelligence and deploying an online messaging campaign to bolster anti-Israel sentiment.
47% : Secretary-General António Guterres remarks on Russian termination of the Black Sea Initiative to deliver grain and fertilizers to the world market during a Security Council stakeout at the United Nations Headquarters.
46% : Riya BhattacharjeeA group of more than two dozen Republican lawmakers urged the mayor of Washington, D.C., to rename "Black Lives Matter Plaza," claiming that the group for which the plaza is named has voiced support for Hamas following the Oct. 7 terrorist attacks in Israel.
45% : Tehran has historically financially supported Hamas and has praised the Palestinian militant group's multi-pronged terror attacks of Oct. 7 against Israel — but has denied involvement.
45% : "The argument is, can you continue to allow Iran to keep the bank open for groups like Hamas?
44% : Karen GilchristThe United Nations Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) has warned that its shelters in the Gaza Strip are four times over their capacity after an influx of refugees from the Israeli-Hamas war.
44% : The lawmakers, including Sens. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and Florida's Marco Rubio, also argued that the street painting reading "Black Lives Matter" should be scrubbed from the plaza due the group's "celebration of violent antisemitic terrorism."The plaza, a two-block-long pedestrian zone just north of the White House, got its name in 2020 amid the rapid rise of Black Lives Matter, the political movement that emerged in response to the killings of Black Americans.
37% : On Tuesday, Guterres told the U.N. Security Council in New York that "clear violations of international law" had been committed in Gaza and said it was important to recognize that Hamas' Oct. 7 attacks "did not happen in a vacuum."The
34% : Tehran backs Hamas, the Syrian regime of Bashar al-Assad and Lebanese militant group Hezbollah — all three of which have exchanged fire with Israel since early October.—
28% : Cohen-magen | Afp | Getty ImagesIsrael's military has accused Iran of ordering attacks by militia groups it supports in Yemen, Iraq and Lebanon.
24% : Iran and Israel have long been at odds, with Tehran celebrating but denying involvement in the Hamas terror attacks of Oct. 7.

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