Cairo. At least 29 people were killed in an Israeli attack on people living in tents outside a school in the Abasan area of ​​Khan Younis city in southern Gaza on Tuesday. This information was given by the media office of the Hamas-run Gaza government. A large number of people fled after the attack. According to another news, more than 150 Hamas fighters have been killed in Israeli action since June 27.

Attack on Hezbollah positions, one killed

Israel on Tuesday targeted a Hezbollah hideout in Syria amid efforts to broker a ceasefire in Gaza. The Israeli attack killed a former personal bodyguard of a Hezbollah leader. The news came hours after reports of an Israeli drone attack in Syria near the Syria-Lebanon border. The official of the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah gave this information on condition of anonymity. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a Britain-based war monitor, said that two Hezbollah members in the car were killed in the attack, while a Syrian driver was seriously injured. Hezbollah later identified the killed member as Yasser Nemr Krnbish, although did not reveal the details of his death.

Ceasefire talks will resume in Doha from today

Talks between mediators on ceasefire in Gaza will resume in Doha on Wednesday. After this, the mediators will return to Egypt for talks on Thursday. Earlier on Tuesday, talks were held between Egyptian President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi and US Central Intelligence Agency Director William Burns. On the other hand, Hamas has warned that the exodus of Palestinians due to fear of Israeli attack could endanger the ceasefire.

Bodies of three Palestinians released from Israeli custody found

The mutilated bodies of three Gazans who were freed from Israeli custody have been found. The uncle of one of the freed victims claimed that the Israeli army attacked them immediately after releasing them. Meanwhile, suspected Houthi rebels have again targeted a ship in the Gulf of Aden.