Home > Hostages rescued in Rafah operation in 'stable condition'

News
Hostages rescued in Rafah operation in 'stable condition'

Description

Acting director of Israel's Sheba Medical Center Arnon Afek says that the two hostages rescued in overnight operation are in a "stable condition". IMAGES

Added on the 12/02/2024 05:38:46 - Copyright : AFPTV - First images

To customise your video :

Or Create an account

More videos on the subject

  • Smoke billows following air strikes on Rafah during Israeli operation to release hostages

    Israel announced the rescue of two hostages in the southern Gaza city of Rafah, where the Hamas-run health ministry said 52 Palestinians including children were killed in heavy overnight air strikes. IMAGES

    12/02/2024 - AFPTV - First images
  • Rafah skyline after overnight Israel operation that killed over 50 people

    Images of Rafah the morning after heavy Israeli strikes on the densely crowded region in southern Gaza, which killed at least 52 people, according to the territory's health ministry. IMAGES

    12/02/2024 - AFPTV - First images
  • US State Department warns Israel that Rafah operation risks 'disaster'

    The United States warns Israel that staging a military push into the southern Gaza city of Rafah without proper planning would run the risk of becoming a "disaster." State Department deputy spokesman Vedant Patel says Washington has "yet to see any evidence of serious planning for such an operation," adding: "To conduct such an operation right now with no planning and little thought in an area" where one million people are sheltering "would be a disaster." SOUNDBITE

    08/02/2024 - AFPTV - First images
  • Israeli army drops leaflets in Rafah bearing portraits of hostages

    Leaflets released by the Israeli army fall in the southern Gazan city of Rafah bearing pictures of the remaining hostages held by Hamas in the Palestinian enclave, calling on Gazans to share any information on them. Militants seized about 250 hostages during the October 7 attacks, around 132 of whom Israel says remain in Gaza. At least 27 hostages are believed to have been killed, according to an AFP tally based on Israeli figures. IMAGES

    20/01/2024 - AFPTV - First images
  • Released hostages cross Rafah border to Egypt aboard Red Cross convoy

    A Red Cross convoy with Israeli hostages onboard leaves the Gaza Strip for Egypt via the Rafah border crossing as more hostages were released in exchange for Palestinian prisoners under an extended truce that has paused weeks of deadly fighting. The armed wing of Hamas said six Israelis had been handed over to the Red Cross in the latest release, after two women were released earlier, which the militant group said "completed" the seventh handover of hostages under the truce deal. IMAGES

    30/11/2023 - AFPTV - First images

More videosNews

Watch video of  - DemainEntreprendre - épisode 12 - Label : Economie wallonne -
News

DemainEntreprendre - épisode 12

29/04/2021 12:55:32