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Western allies called on Israel to exercise restraint, as more happened throughout the day

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British Foreign Secretary David Cameron will visit Israel on Wednesday. This will be his third visit to the country since the start of Israel's offensive on Gaza.

US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken spoke with the foreign ministers of Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Türkiye and Egypt. He reiterated that the United States is not in favor of escalating the conflict in the Middle East.

Robert A. Wood, the United States' alternate representative for special political affairs at the United Nations, said that the United States will examine possible steps to hold Iran accountable in the coming days at the United Nations.

US President Joe Biden held a virtual meeting with senior officials. There he discussed the urgent need for the US House of Representatives to pass an aid bill to Israel as soon as possible.

Four Israeli soldiers were injured in an explosion on the Lebanese border today. Lebanon-based armed group Hezbollah claimed responsibility for planting the bomb.

Three sons and three grandsons of Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh were killed in an Israeli attack on Eid-ul-Fitr in Palestine. Al-Jazeera reported that his other grandson, who was injured in that attack, died while undergoing treatment.

Israel's Education Ministry said the country's Defense Ministry's internal front command will issue a directive to the public on Sunday night. In light of that, the educational institutions of the country will be opened continuously.

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