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What happened in the last few hours?

This is the latest news on the war between Israel and Hamas in Gaza at 8:30 p.m. this Thursday, February 22:

Netanyahu unveils his post-war plan for Gaza: Israel will control security and exclude a Palestinian state. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced yesterday evening, for the first time and after four and a half months of war in Gaza, his plan for the day after the conflict, in which he draws a demilitarized strip whose security will be talked about Israel and that there is no UN -Office for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA). Furthermore, it continues to reject the establishment of a Palestinian state.

– Gaza's Health Ministry raises the death toll from Israel's offensive to 29,514. The Hamas-controlled Gaza Health Ministry increased this Thursday the number of victims in the Gaza Strip since the Israeli offensive began on October 7 to 29,514 deaths – most of them children and women. In the last 24 hours, 104 Palestinians were killed and 160 injured, for a total of 69,616.

– According to the World Bank, Gaza's economy contracted by more than 80% in the fourth quarter. According to the World Bank, Gaza's economy collapsed by more than 80%, from about $670 million in the third quarter to just $90 million in the fourth. Israel's war on Gaza has had a “catastrophic” impact on the territory's infrastructure, the institution said in a statement.

– Two dead and four injured, one seriously, in an Israeli drone attack in the West Bank. Two people died and four others were injured in an Israeli drone strike on a vehicle in the northern West Bank city of Jenin in which the army claimed to have killed a jihadist militiaman who was preparing an attack on Thursday evening. According to Israel, one of the deceased was a member of Islamic Jihad who was allegedly planning a “shooting attack” against Israelis.

– Hamas leader leaves Egypt after days of negotiations over a possible ceasefire in Gaza. The delegation of the Palestinian group Hamas, led by the head of its political bureau, Ismail Haniya, ended its visit to Cairo this Friday after several days of negotiations with the head of Egyptian intelligence and an American adviser to reach a ceasefire. in Gaza, although no progress was announced.

– The US accuses four people of transporting Iranian weapons to the Houthi rebels in Yemen. The US Justice Department has charged four people with transporting Iranian-made weapons for Yemen's Houthi rebels to use in their attacks in the Red Sea. The material was seized on January 11 by US Navy SEAL troops and Coast Guard agents.