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Israel-Hamas war…live updates on the most important developments on Tuesday


DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (CNN) — The war between Israelis and Palestinians was far from over early Tuesday, but the most significant development in the past few hours was the release of two new hostages by the Hamas movement after Qatari and Egyptian mediation. An adviser to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu confirmed to CNN. Israel will not allow fuel to enter the Gaza Strip “even if Hamas releases all its hostages.” Below we will tell you the main developments during this new battle:

Emir of Qatar: We support peace and adhere to international legal resolutions and resolutions against attacks on civilians, but we do not accept double standards and do not take into account the lives of Palestinian children.

(Credit: KARIM JAAFAR/AFP via Getty Images)

A US Marine general is in Israel to advise the IDF ahead of the expected ground operation

Israeli Army: The soldier killed on Sunday was the first person killed in Gaza since October 7

One of the doctors: Al-Shifa hospital in Gaza could become a “mass grave” if it runs out of fuel

White House: We don’t believe the time is right for a cease-fire, calling on Hamas to release hostages in Gaza first.

The Israeli soldier killed in clashes with Hamas on Sunday was the first Israeli soldier to be reported dead inside Gaza since Hamas attacked Israel on October 7, the Israeli military told CNN on Tuesday.

Live television footage showed French President Emmanuel Macron arriving in Tel Aviv on Tuesday.

The daughter of one of the hostages told CNN that the release of Yochvid Lifshitz from Hamas has filled family members of the hostages with some hope.

Thanks to: Alexi J. Rosenfeld/Getty Images)

The Hamas movement said in a statement early Tuesday that it had cut off electricity from an Indonesian hospital in northern Gaza due to fuel shortages, accusing Israel of a “crime against humanity.”

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A neonatologist working at a hospital in southern Gaza told CNN on Monday that babies who rely on oxygen supplies will die unless fuel is urgently delivered to the Strip.

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Mark Regev, a senior adviser to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, told CNN’s Caitlan Collins on Monday that “Israel will not allow fuel into Gaza even if all the hostages are released.”

Hamas released two more hostages after Qatari and Egyptian mediation, Israeli officials and two sources familiar with the matter told CNN on Monday. The two hostages are Israeli citizens, an informed source said.

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