Middle East crisis live: Houthi missile fired at USS Laboon in Red Sea, says US military – The Guardian

  • Arab-Israeli legislator Ahmad Tibi said on social media that three of his relativesincluding a 10-year-old boy, was killed in an attack on the Nuseirat refugee camp in the central Gaza Strip.

  • Hamas has broadcast video footage showing three Israeli hostages it is holding in Gaza In it, they called on the Israeli government to halt its offensive against the militant group and secure its release as both sides marked the 100th day of the war. The undated 37-second video broadcast on Sunday of the three prisoners – aged 26, 53 and 38 – ended with the sentence: “Tomorrow we will inform you of their fate.”

  • Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah said Israel had “failed” in Gaza and was forced to negotiate. He made this remark in a televised speech on Sunday.

  • Bangladesh has expressed support for South Africa in its genocide case against Israel at the International Court of Justice. Bangladesh “welcomes the opportunity to file a declaration of intervention in the proceedings in due course,” the foreign ministry said. Namibia, meanwhile, rejected Germany's alleged support for the “genocidal intent of the racist Israeli state against innocent civilians in Gaza.” The Namibian presidency cited Germany's “inability to learn lessons from its terrible history” and pointed to the first genocide of the 20th century – the Herero-Namaqua genocide, carried out by German forces on Namibian soil from 1904 to 1908.

  • The UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) has described the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Gaza as a result of Israeli attacks on the other side of the Stripthat have displaced nearly 2 million Palestinians, one of the “most complex and demanding” operations in the world. In a tweet on Sunday after 100 days of Israel's war on Gaza, UNRWA said: “The massive destruction, displacement, hunger and loss of the last 100 days tarnishes our shared humanity.”

  • The World Health Organization (WHO) and its partners visited Al-Aqsa Hospital in central Gaza and the Nasser Medical Complex in Khan Younis, southern Gaza Strip. WHO chief Tedros Ghebreyesus said on

  • The Palestinian Red Crescent has set up shelter tents for 315 displaced Palestinian families in the Mawasi Rafah area near the Egyptian border.

  • An Israeli soccer player who displayed a message referencing the Israel-Gaza war during a game in Turkey has been arrested, according to Turkish media reports. Earlier on Sunday, the country's justice minister announced an investigation into Sagiv Jehezkel on suspicion of “incitement to hatred” after his club Antalyaspor fired him over the matter. Jehezkel scored a goal for his team and then showed a message that read “100 days. 07/10” on a bandage on his wrist.