The latest on Israel's war in Gaza

Houthi rebels fired missiles at another US-owned commercial ship, just hours after a new round of US military strikes against the Iran-backed group in Yemen. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has dismissed the idea of creating a Palestinian state , saying it would clash with Israel’s security. The remarks are at odds with US President Joe Biden’s stated position . Gaza has now faced a near-total communications blackout for one week — the longest of the war so far — with no signs of abating. “It’s almost impossible to do the work that we’re supposed to do,” a UN official said. Israeli forces severely damaged a Gaza cemetery this week, exhuming and removing bodies in what the military told CNN was part of a search for the remains of hostages seized by Hamas. Here’s how to help humanitarian efforts in Israel and Gaza. All Catch Up 10 Posts Sort byLatestLatestLatestOldestOldest 1 hr 4 min ago Houthis undeterred by US strikes as Netanyahu rejects Palestinian statehood. Here’s what to know From CNN staff Houthi rebels fired missiles at another US-owned commercial ship Thursday, just hours after a new round of US military strikes against the Iran-backed group in Yemen. No injuries or damage were reported after the Houthis launched two anti-ship ballistic missiles at the vessel, marking the third such attack on a US-owned ship this week. It comes after Houthi spokesperson Mohammad Abdul Salam described US-led strikes in Yemen as a ” persistent act of aggression ” aimed at safeguarding Israel. He also said the Houthis will not be deterred from launching attacks on what he claims are “Israeli-linked” vessels. US President Joe Biden conceded Thursday that US strikes against the Houthis are not deterring the group’s attacks in the Red Sea — but said the US attacks would continue. […]

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