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Palestinian-Israeli conflict

Financial markets are holding steady yet exhibit a sense of nervous anticipation as the new week commences. The conflicts between Israel and Hamas continues to take center stage, with concerns mounting over the potential for the violence to engulf the broader region.
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Latest News on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (November 29)

Israel's Channel 12 said: The process of handing over to the Red Cross the fifth batch of Israeli prisoners released in the exchange agreement with the Palestinian resistance movement Hamas has begun.

Latest News on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (November 28)

On the 27th local time, American entrepreneur and social media "X" (formerly Twitter) boss Musk arrived in Israel, met with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu, and accompanied him to visit the Hamas-controlled buildings on October 7. Cross-border attacks on Israeli communities.

Could the Four-Day Truce Between Israel and Hamas be Extended?

On the third day of the agreed truce on Sunday (Nov 26), Hamas freed 17 hostages held in Gaza, including a four-year-old American girl, who were part of a larger group captured when Hamas fighters attacked Israel on Oct 7. In return, Israel freed 39 Palestinians.

Israel and Hamas May Extend Truce

A quiet start to an otherwise interesting data week. Norwegian retail sales and US new home sales for October will be released today.
Danske Bank

Latest News on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (November 27)

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited the Gaza Strip yesterday, where he underwent a security clearance, spoke with commanders and combatants and visited one of the exposed tunnels.

Latest News on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (November 26)

The Qatari delegation, led by Qatari Assistant Foreign Minister Lorva Khater, arrived in the Gaza Strip through the Rafah crossing, the first international delegation to enter since the outbreak of Israeli aggression.

Why Neither Israel nor Hamas Can Win the War and A Viable Palestinian State Is Now a Pipe Dream

There is no possibility that Israel, the US and many of the Arab states will accept a return to Hamas rule in Gaza, says Singapore's former ambassador to Cambodia, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain.

Gaza's Economy Is in Ruins as Israel-Hamas War Sets Development Back Decades

Over one month into the war, Gazans have lost at least 182,000 jobs, or 61% of the workforce, according to the International Labor Organization. Gaza's unemployment rate now stands close to 100%, and the Palestinian enclave's economy is effectively "ceasing activity" indefinitely.

Latest News on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (November 24)

The Qatari government, which participated in the ceasefire mediation, announced on the 23rd that Israel and Hamas will cease fire from 7:00 local time on the 24th (13:00 Beijing time), and the first batch of persons detained by Hamas will be released from the Gaza Strip at 16:00 on the 24th.

No Gaza Hostage Release before Friday, Israel, US Say

The truce agreement, the first in a nearly seven-week-long war, was reached after mediation by Qatar and seen by governments around the world as potentially easing the suffering of civilians in the Gaza Strip.
Owen Li

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