He Israeli Army reported this Sunday that its troops continue attacking “terrorist targets” in the Gaza Strip and ordered the evacuation of six neighborhoods in the city of Khan Yunis, in the south of the enclave. “During the night, Air Force fighter jets and helicopters attacked terrorist targets in the Gaza Stripincluding terrorist tunnels, command centers and weapons storage facilities,” the military spokesperson announced in a statement. “In addition, under the direction of the ground troops of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), a drone eliminated five Hamas terrorists,” the text added.
According to the Army, during the last 24 hours, sHis troops also attacked from the sea and destroyed “terrorist infrastructure” of the Islamist group Hamas, in addition to “weapons and ships” belonging to the organization. This announcement comes in parallel with a message from the Arabic spokesman for the Israeli Army, Avichay Adraee, who through his social network account enclave.
UK to carry out surveillance flights over Gaza to help find hostages
United Kingdom will carry out flights surveillance on Israel and Gaza as part of the hostage rescue efforts and has assured that the plane “will be unarmed, will not have a combat function and will have the sole task of locating hostages.”
“Only information related to the rescue of hostages will be transmitted to the relevant authorities responsible for the rescue of hostages,” the British Ministry of Defense said in a statement reported by the Sky News channel.