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War between Israel and Gaza, live | Netanyahu reiterates that Israel wants to control all Gaza borders

What happened in the war this Friday?

These are the most important news this Friday, December 29th at 8:00 p.m.:

More than 100,000 newly displaced people arrive in Rafah, southern Gaza. At least 100,000 internally displaced people in the Gaza Strip have arrived in Rafah, at the southern end of the strip, in recent days to flee escalating hostilities in Khan Younis (south) and Deir al Balah (centre), the United Nations daily The Conflict reports.

WHO warns of concerns about infectious diseases in Gaza. The Director-General of the World Health Organization, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, expressed this Friday in his X account his concern about the “growing threat” of infectious diseases in Gaza, especially as more and more Gazans are forced to relocate.

South Africa accuses Israel of genocide at the International Court of Justice. South Africa on Friday applied to the International Court of Justice for an emergency order finding that Israel has violated its obligations under the Genocide Convention in its current actions against Hamas in Gaza. Pretoria claims that Israel's actions in Gaza, which include “killing, inflicting serious physical and mental harm and inflicting living conditions with the calculated aim of physical destruction,” are “genocidal in nature and aimed at killing a significant part of the group.” destroy”. , racial and ethnic Palestinian”.

Israel says it is expanding its operations in Khan Younis. The Israeli army assured on Friday that its troops are expanding operations in the Khan Younis area south of the Gaza Strip, where it said it has killed “dozens” of militants in recent hours. “Over the last day, they eliminated dozens of terrorists through air strikes and sniper and tank fire in several clashes,” a military spokesman said in a statement.

The UN refugee agency denounces an Israeli attack on one of its convoys. The UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) reported on Friday that the Israeli army fired on one of its humanitarian aid convoys in the Gaza Strip without causing any casualties. “Israeli soldiers fired on an aid convoy returning from the northern Gaza Strip that was traveling along a route marked by the Israeli army,” UNRWA Gaza director Tom White said in a message on X.

The UN Security Council is debating the situation in the West Bank. The UN Security Council is holding a public briefing this Friday to discuss the rapid escalation of the conflict in the West Bank, in particular violence by extremist settlers against the Palestinian population and reports of raids by the Israeli army in several cities in the territory. .