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The Israeli military said this week that it had concluded its operation there. Palestinians returning to Shajaiye, after heeding a call by Israel to evacuate, said the neighborhood was so devastated it was uninhabitable. “The current situation in Shajaiye today is tragic,” said Ahmed Sidu, a photographer, who went back to his home as soon as he heard that Israeli forces had pulled out. Palestinian Civil Defense said on Friday that their crews began recovering bodies from Tal Al-Hawa and the Al-Sinaa neighborhoods, as they said the Israeli forces appeared to be leaving those areas as well. The Israeli military did not confirm its forces were also pulling out of those areas.
Persons: , Ahmed Sidu, Hamas’s, Ayman Showadeh, Showadeh, Karam Hassan, ” Mr, Hassan, Mr, Sidu, Tal, Tal Al, , Juliette Touma, Rawan Sheikh Ahmad Organizations: Hamas, Palestinian Civil Defense, Credit, Agence France, United Nations, UNRWA, Troops Locations: Shajaiye, Gaza City, Israel, Gaza, Al, Rimal
Emergency crews recovered 50 to 60 bodies in the Tal al-Hawa neighborhood in the west of Gaza City, according to Gaza’s Civil Defense. “There is unprecedented destruction of infrastructure and vital facilities in the Shujaya… and Tal al-Hawa areas,” Al-Nabih told CNN. Israeli strikes in Gaza have since killed 38,345 Palestinians and injured another 88,295 people, according to the Ministry of Health there. “I don’t know what crime civilians did to deserve this,” one resident, Tareq Ghanem, told CNN on Friday. The mother told CNN she was desperate to return home for the wellbeing of her children.
Persons: Tal, Mahmoud Basal, Asem, ” Al, Nabih, Omar Al, Tareq Ghanem, , , Umm Ihab Arafat, Tal Al Organizations: CNN, Civil Defense, Getty, UN, Hamas, Ministry of Health, Al, Sina’a, Israel Defense Forces Locations: Gaza, Gaza City, Shujaya, Tal al, Al, AFP, Israel, , Beit Hanoun, Rafah
The FBI is looking into sexual assault accusations against brothers Tal, Alon, and Oren Alexander. FBI agents are looking into accusations that span two decades, The Wall Street Journal reported. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementFamous luxury real estate brothers well-known in New York and Miami are facing an FBI probe following multiple accusations of sexual assault, The Wall Street Journal reported. The Journal reported that the agents are investigating accusations from the Alexanders' high school years and the two decades since.
Persons: Tal, Alon, Oren Alexander, Alexander, , they've Organizations: FBI, Street Journal, Service, Business Locations: New York, Miami
AdvertisementThe announcement caps a dizzying fall from the pinnacle of the residential real estate business for both Tal and his brokerage partner and brother Oren Alexander amid sordid allegations. Tal and Oren spent more than a decade at the brokerage firm Douglas Elliman, establishing themselves as big-name sellers of ultra-pricey homes. In 2022, the pair broke off from Elliman and cofounded Official Partners, a firm that focuses exclusively on the uppermost tier of the residential sales market. She also said that the decision to step aside was mutually made by Tal and Official. "Given the salacious nature of this false allegation and impact on Official, Tal and his partners have decided he will take a leave from the company," Deanna Paul, the attorney, said.
Persons: , Tal Alexander, America's, Alexander, Deanna Paul, Tal, Paul, Oren Alexander, Oren, Douglas Elliman, Ken Griffin, Alon Alexander, Alon, Nicole Oge, Oge, Angelica Parker Organizations: Service, Business, Partners Locations: New York, Manhattan, Elliman, New York State
A cohort known as the "dogs" of the Dow Jones Industrial Average is a changing list of stocks with the highest dividend yield at the end of each year. For those who subscribed to the dogs theory, there's largely been upside — with 7 of the 9 stocks beating the Dow. These stats are current as of Monday afternoon: Verizon runs the dog house with the highest current dividend yield at 6.6%. The stock also has a current dividend yield of 3.4%. While Goldman Sachs has seen the best year-to-date performance, the bank has the lowest current dividend yield on the list at just 2.4%.
Persons: It's, Michael O'Higgins, Dow, — Goldman Sachs —, FactSet, Bank of America's Tal Liani, Goldman Sachs Organizations: Dow Jones, Nvidia, Dow, CNBC Pro, Verizon, Cisco, Bank of America's, Walgreens Locations: FactSet
The promise of a more rapid climb up the corporate ladder has made Alpine's CIT program incredibly popular. While it's too soon to know how Alpine's CIT program ranked this year, it received 750 applications for just 12 slots. AdvertisementAnderman's own non-conventional career took her from college dropout to ballet dancer to the world of international development to business school. When she interviewed for her job at Alpine, Weaver asked how she could handle the job with no prior experience. — Alpine's founder and CEO — Alpine's founder and CEOThe first attribute the company looks for is IQ, but not in the traditional kind.
Persons: , it's, Tal Lee Anderman, you've, Tal Lee Anderson, Graham Weaver, GSB, Weaver, whittle, Anderman, David Wurtzbacher, Wurtzbacher, they're, Geoff Smart Organizations: Service, Business, CIT, Harvard Business School, Stanford's, School of Business, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Harvard, Tal Lee Anderson Alpine, Stanford, Wharton, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern, University of Chicago Booth School of Business, Alpine, Alpine's San, Citadel, Yale Law School, America Locations: Alpine's, Alpine's San Francisco, Blackstone, Anderman, Manhattan, Jackson , Mississippi, Hong Kong
“I know the person who planned and conceived and initiated this criminal attack,” Bitton told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour. Bitton blames Sinwar for the murder of his nephew, who was killed after Hamas militants raided his home on October 7. In 1989, he was sentenced to four life sentences in Israel for the abduction and killing of two Israeli soldiers. Nir Oz was one of several kibbutzim that bore the brunt of Hamas’ attack on October 7, with many residents murdered or taken hostage. He doesn’t care.”With this in mind, Bitton believes that Israel made a mistake by not creating an alternative to Hamas’s rule, which could have undermined Sinwar’s power.
Persons: CNN — Hamas’s, Israel, Yuval Bitton, , ” Bitton, CNN’s Christiane Amanpour, , – Yahya Sinwar, Bitton, Sinwar, Tamir Adar, Yuval Bitton “, ” Sinwar, Khan, , Gilad Shalit, Gilad, Nir Oz, Tamir, Bitton –, Bitton's Organizations: CNN, Hamas, Israel, IDF Locations: Gaza, Nafha, Israel
Read previewWhat's the most sought-after job opportunity for graduating students of top business schools like Harvard Business School, Wharton at UPenn, and Stanford's Graduate School of Business? For the 2024 CIT program, which starts this summer, Alpine received 750 applications for just 12 slots, giving it an acceptance rate of 1.6%. Related stories"You're moving from Yale Law School and Harvard Business School to Jackson, Mississippi, to run a plumbing company," Anderman said as an example. Wurtzbacher also got invaluable leadership training from Weaver, a longtime professor at Stanford's Business School and winner of the MBA Distinguished Teaching Award in 2024. The CIT program is so attractive to them because it offers a clear path to doing this by leading a company.
Persons: , Wharton, David Wurtzbacher, Wurtzbacher, Tal Lee Anderman, Graham Weaver, Weaver, JP, Graham, Anderman, they're, they've Organizations: Service, Harvard Business School, Stanford's Graduate School of Business, McKinsey, Business, Investors, Harvard, Stanford Business School, Green, Partners, CIT, Alpine's CIT, Wharton, Alpine, BI, Yale Law School, Alpine's San, Stanford's Business School, Stanford Locations: UPenn, San Francisco, Stanford, Manhattan, America, Jackson , Mississippi, Alpine's, Alpine's San Francisco, York, Carolinas, Virginia
Read previewA woman has accused star real estate broker Tal Alexander and his brother Alon of raping her at a Manhattan apartment in 2012. Earlier this year, two other women filed separate lawsuits accusing Alon and a third brother, Oren Alexander, of rape. Tal and Oren Alexander cofounded the luxury real-estate brokerage Official. An attorney for Tal Alexander did not immediately return an email Tuesday seeking comment on the allegation. They also developed a reputation in the brokerage business for their aggressive approach in courting wealthy clientele and elbowing other brokers out of transactions.
Persons: , Tal Alexander, Alon, Oren Alexander, Angelica Parker, Tal, Oren, Parker, vaginally, Sean Zanni, Patrick McMullan, Isabelle Kirshner, Kirshner, Michael Willemin, Angelica, Willemin, Douglas Elliman, Rebecca Mandel, Kate Whiteman, Evan Torgan, Mandel, Whiteman, everyone's, they'll, it'll Organizations: Service, Business, Partners, Hamptons Locations: Manhattan, New York, SoHo, NY
Read previewWhat's the most sought-after job opportunity for graduating students of top business schools like Harvard Business School, Wharton at UPenn, and Stanford's Graduate School of Business? For the 2024 CIT program, which starts this summer, Alpine received 750 applications for just 12 slots, giving it an acceptance rate of 1.6%. Related stories"You're moving from Yale Law School and Harvard Business School to Jackson, Mississippi, to run a plumbing company," Anderman said as an example. Wurtzbacher also got invaluable leadership training from Weaver, a longtime professor at Stanford's Business School and winner of the MBA Distinguished Teaching Award in 2024. The CIT program is so attractive to them because it offers a clear path to doing this by leading a company.
Persons: , Wharton, David Wurtzbacher, Wurtzbacher, Tal Lee Anderman, Graham Weaver, Weaver, JP, Graham, Anderman, they're, they've Organizations: Service, Harvard Business School, Stanford's Graduate School of Business, McKinsey, Business, Investors, Harvard, Stanford Business School, Green, Partners, CIT, Alpine's CIT, Wharton, Alpine, BI, Yale Law School, Alpine's San, Stanford's Business School, Stanford Locations: UPenn, San Francisco, Stanford, Manhattan, America, Jackson , Mississippi, Alpine's, Alpine's San Francisco, York, Carolinas, Virginia
I first learned about blue ghosts last year from Jennifer Frick-Ruppert, a zoologist at Brevard College in western North Carolina. I was at Brevard for a writers’ conference, and Dr. Frick-Ruppert offered to take me to see the ethereal fireflies that glow without blinking. Synchronous fireflies flash in unison — blinking together and then going dark together before blinking together again. By the time my family left for vacation in western North Carolina in early June, I’d given up on seeing the famous fireflies of the Appalachian forests. She said he could point me toward the fireflies I’d been longing to see.
Persons: Jennifer Frick, Ruppert, . Frick, I’d, Georgann Eubanks, Tal Galton, Snakeroot Organizations: Brevard College Locations: North Carolina, Brevard, Smoky, East Tennessee
CNN —Eight Israeli soldiers were killed in southern Gaza on Saturday, the Israel Defense Forces says, in one of the deadliest single incidents involving its troops since October 7. Ahmed Radwan, the media officer of Rafah Civil Defense, said they had received appeals to collect bodies and the injured but it was difficult for civil defense crews to access the area. Elsewhere, at least 14 people were killed, including seven children, in Israeli strikes on central Gaza, the Civil Defense Directorate in Gaza said. The conflict in Gaza began after the Hamas attacks of October 7, which killed around 1,200 people. Since then at least 37,296 people have been killed in Israel’s offensive in Gaza, according to the latest figures from the Ministry of Health in Gaza.
Persons: Al Qassam, , Israel Katz, , Ahmed Radwan Organizations: CNN, Israel Defense Forces, IDF, Al, Al Qassam Brigades, Rafah Civil Defense, Hamas, Civil Defense, Ministry of Health Locations: Gaza, Tal al, Rafah, , Israel
download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. Read previewAhead of Israel's assault on Rafah, President Joe Biden issued several stark warnings to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. A $1 billion arms dealThe statement suggests Biden will continue to move forward with a $1 billion weapons package to Israel. As BI previously reported, the weapons deal could be seen as an attempt to heal Biden's relationship with Netanyahu and to halt accusations that the US is emboldening Iran. For instance, Biden previously withheld a shipment of bombs before announcing that the planned weapons deal would go ahead.
Persons: , Joe Biden, Benjamin Netanyahu, Biden, Netanyahu, BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI, Matt Miller, Sen, Chris Van Hollen, Andrew Payne, Payne, Dave Harden Organizations: Service, CNN, Business, MSNBC, Gaza Health Ministry, IDF, Associated Press, State Department, Wall Street Journal, Getty, Washington Post, City University of London, Trump ., US Agency for International Development, West Bank, BBC Locations: Rafah, Israel, Gaza, Tal al, Anadolu, Iran
CNN —The war in Gaza will likely continue through at least the end of the year, an Israeli official warned Wednesday, seeming to dismiss the idea that fighting would end after the military offensive against Hamas in Rafah. Israel’s national security adviser, Tzachi Hanegbi, said the year 2024 has been “defined as a year of combat” by Israel’s war cabinet. The Israeli government had previously signaled that entering Rafah would be the final stage of its war against Hamas, which attacked Israel on October 7, killing about 1,200 people and taking some 250 people hostage. In response, Israel launched a devastating offensive in Gaza which has killed more than 36,000 people, according to Palestinian officials. This resilience is what has allowed this nation to survive for 75 years, and even for 3,000 years before that.
Persons: Tzachi Hanegbi, , ” Hanegbi, , Benjamin Netanyahu’s, Netanyahu, , Hanegbi, , Tal, Joe Biden Organizations: CNN, Hamas, Islamic, Sunday, Reuters, International Court of Justice Locations: Gaza, Rafah, Israel, Reuters Israel, United States,
Top NewsAn Israeli airstrike on a makeshift tent camp for displaced Palestinians in Rafah, Gaza, killed at least 35 people on Sunday night, the Gaza Health Ministry said. The Israeli military said the strike was aimed at a Hamas compound. In a statement, the Israeli military said it was looking into reports that “several civilians in the area were harmed” by the airstrike and a subsequent fire. “What kind of a tent will protect us from missiles and shrapnel?” he said. “There was darkness and no electricity.”Doctors Without Borders said more than 15 dead people and dozens of wounded in the Rafah strike were brought to a trauma stabilization center that it supports in Tal as Sultan.
Persons: Tal, Israel, , Benjamin Netanyahu, Bilal Al Sapti, Sapti, , Sultan, Dr, James Smith, Smith, I’ve, Patrick Kingsley, Johnatan Reiss, Iyad Abuheweila, Aaron Boxerman Organizations: Gaza Health Ministry, Palestine Red Crescent Society, The New York Times, International Court, Justice, Friday, United Nations Locations: Israeli, Rafah, Gaza, Palestine, Tal
Video Authorities in Rafah, Gaza Strip, said that an Israeli strike had killed and wounded displaced Palestinians seeking shelter in the area. The Israeli military said that it had targeted two senior Hamas leaders. Credit Credit... ReutersAn Israeli airstrike on a makeshift tent camp for displaced Palestinians killed at least 35 people in Rafah on Sunday night, the Gaza Health Ministry said. The Israeli military said its operation was aimed at a Hamas compound. Doctors Without Borders said more than 15 dead people and dozens of wounded in the Rafah strike were brought to a trauma stabilization center that it supports in Tal as Sultan.
Persons: Tal, Sultan, Dr, James Smith, Smith, , I’ve, Patrick Kingsley, Johnatan Reiss, Aaron Boxerman Organizations: Authorities, Credit, Reuters, Israeli, Gaza Health Ministry, Palestine Red Crescent Society, The New York Times, Hamas, United Nations Locations: Rafah, Gaza, Palestine, Israel, Tel Aviv, Tal
Analyst Ronald Epstein downgraded the electronics maker to underperform from neutral and slashed $15 off his price target to $150. Analyst Rupesh Parikh reiterated his outperform rating on the wholesaler, while lifting his price target by $45 to $850. Analyst Tal Liani reiterated his buy rating on the software stock and price target of $315. Analyst Gabriela Borges upgraded the retail software stock to buy from neutral and raised her price target by $7 to $74. He also slapped a $42 price target on the stock, implying upside of nearly 17%.
Persons: Goldman Sachs, Piper Sandler, Kraft Heinz, Ronald Epstein, Epstein, — Alex Harring, Oppenheimer, Rupesh Parikh, Parikh, Alex Harring, Daniel Grosslight, Grosslight, HIMS, he's, Tal Liani, Liani, CORA, it's, Morgan Stanley, Josh Baer, Baer, Box's, there's, Goldman, Gabriela Borges, Borges, Shopify, Michael Lavery, Lavery, KHC, Fred Imbert Organizations: CNBC, Garmin Garmin, Bank of America, Garmin, Costco, Citi, Kraft, ~$ Locations: Tuesday's, Swiss, Shopify
CNN spoke to three Israeli whistleblowers who worked at the Sde Teiman desert camp, which holds Palestinians detained during Israel’s invasion of Gaza. Reports of abuse at Sde Teiman have already surfaced in Israeli and Arab media after an outcry from Israeli and Palestinian rights groups over conditions there. CNN has requested permission from the Israeli military to access the Sde Teiman base. The account tallied with details of a letter authored by a doctor working at Sde Teiman published by Ha’aretz in April. The structure, which resembles an animal pen, is located in the central area of the Sde Teiman compound.
Persons: Sde Teiman, , , , Ofer, Patrick Gallagher, Adnan al, Bursh –, Mohammed al, Ran, ” Dr, Mohammed Al, Shawish, abasement, “ You’d, Teiman, Ha’aretz, Israel, Ray, Tal Steiner, ” Steiner, – Ofer, West Bank –, Ibrahim Yassine, Abu Salah, Al, Barbara Arvanitidis, Tamara Qiblawi, Matthew Chance OSINT, Allegra Goodwin, Alex Platt, Abeer Salman, Ami Kaufman, Kareem Khadder, Mohammad Al Sawalhi, Carlotta Dotto, Lou Robinson, Mark Oliver, Tom James, Sarah Tilotta, Mark Baron, Julie Zink, Augusta Anthony Motion, Yukari Schrickel, Laura Smith, Eliza Mackintosh, Dan Wright, Matt Wells Editor’s, Matthew Chance, Al Hilou Organizations: Israel CNN —, CNN, Israel Defense Forces, Military, IDF, West Bank, Bosnian, Ahli Baptist Hospital, Social Media, CNN Al, , Ha’aretz, for Human Rights, Nasser Hospital, Planet Labs PBC Planet, Planet Labs, Palestinian Red Crescent Society Locations: Israel, Gaza, Palestinian, Al, Ahli, Israel’s, , London, Sde, Jerusalem
CNN —Israel’s attack in the southern Gaza city of Rafah has expanded from airstrikes to ground operations, new satellite images obtained by CNN from Planet Labs show. Satellite images suggest these strikes are continuing, with one picture showing smoke still rising from one location. Palestinians arrive at Al Kuwaiti Hospital in Rafah, Gaza, after Israeli air strikes on May 8. Planet Labs, PBC Satellite images from May 6 and May 7 show damage in Rafah, Gaza. Planet Labs, PBC Satellite images show Rafah, Gaza, before and during an airstrike.
Persons: CNN —, Israel, Tal, Benjamin Netanyahu, Gazans, , Jens Laerke Organizations: CNN, Planet Labs, Israel Defense Forces, IDF, Al Kuwaiti, Al, PBC, , 401st Brigade Combat, Hamas, Food Locations: Gaza, Rafah, Egypt, Al Kuwaiti, Tal Al Sultan, , Geneva . Northern Gaza
Thursday's analyst calls feature upgrades to discount retailers TJX and Burlington and used car outlet Carvana, while there was more bad news for CVS Health following a tough earnings report Wednesday. He also raised his price target to $130 from $70, or 49.2% above Wednesday's close price. He lowered his price target by $25 to $60, or just 5.6% higher from Wednesday's close price. Analyst Jay Sole also lifted his price target to $132 from $104, indicating nearly 41% upside from Wednesday's close. He raised his price target to $212 from $126, suggesting shares could gain 19.1% from where they closed Wednesday.
Persons: Morgan Stanley, Joseph Moore, Moore, Samik Chatterjee, Chatterjee, Tal Liani, Liani, — Hakyung Kim, JPMorgan Carvana, Rajat Gupta, Gupta, Kevin Caliendo, Caliendo, Jay Sole, Sole, BURL, — Hakyung Kim —, Michael Bloom Organizations: CNBC, CVS Health, UBS, CVS, JPMorgan, Qualcomm, Wall Street, Samsung, Huawei, Edge, headwinds, " Bank of America, Microsoft, Burlington Discount, TJX Companies, Burlington Stores, Burlington Locations: Burlington, Carvana, CY24, seasonality, optionality, Maxx
Here are three attractive dividend stocks, according to Wall Street's top experts on TipRanks, a platform that ranks analysts based on their past performance. Enterprise Products PartnersThis week's first dividend stock is Enterprise Products Partners (EPD), a midstream energy services provider. (See EPD Technical Analysis on TipRanks)Goldman SachsLet's move to Goldman Sachs (GS), one of the leading investment banks in the U.S. In the first quarter, Goldman Sachs returned $2.43 billion of capital to shareholders through share repurchases worth $1.5 billion and dividends of $929 million. (See Goldman Sachs Stock Buybacks on TipRanks)Cisco SystemsFinally, let's look at Cisco Systems (CSCO), a networking equipment maker.
Persons: Wall, Elvira Scotto, Scotto, TipRanks, Goldman Sachs, Stephen Biggar, Tal Liani, Cisco's, Liani Organizations: Wall Street, Enterprise Products, Enterprise Products Partners, RBC Capital, U.S, Goldman, Biggar, Securities Industry, Financial Markets Association, Cisco Systems, Cisco, Bank of America Securities Locations: Delaware, industrywide
CNBC Pro combed through Bank of America research to find the firm's favorite buy-rated stocks ahead of company earnings. They include: CoStar Group, Fidelity National Information Services, Cisco, Home Depot and Adobe. Bank of America upgraded the stock to buy from neutral earlier this week, citing several positive catalysts. "A growth company buying a growth company," he said of the deal. Home Depot "A growth company buying a growth company.
Persons: Tal Liani, Liani, Robert Ohmes, Ohmes, Jason Kupferberg, Kupferberg Organizations: Bank of America, CNBC, Fidelity National Information Services, Cisco, Home, Adobe, Cisco Time, Home Depot, Fidelity National Information, FIS Locations: Bank, Atlanta, buybacks
Goldman Sachs — Goldman Sachs shares jumped 3.3% in premarket trading after the company beat Wall Street's first-quarter earnings expectations . Goldman posted earnings of $11.58 per share on revenue of $14.21 billion for the period, fueled by its trading and investment banking businesses. Analysts surveyed by LSEG had called for earnings of $8.56 per share on revenue of $12.92 billion, meanwhile. Analyst Erik Woodring thinks the market is "mis-pricing" Logitech's outlook and forecasts only 3% annual revenue growth through fiscal year 2027. Masimo — The health tech stock rose more than 2% following an upgrade to buy from hold at Stifel.
Persons: Goldman Sachs — Goldman Sachs, Wall, Goldman, LSEG, Morgan Stanley, Erik Woodring, Masimo, Rick Wise, there's, Lockheed Martin, Tal Liani, Canaccord Genuity, Coty, Charles Schwab —, Schwab, Elon Musk, — CNBC's Brian Evans, Michelle Fox, Sarah Min, Pia Singh Organizations: Logitech —, Stifel, Wall Street Journal, Reuters, Informatica, Medical Properties, Citi, Lockheed, JPMorgan, Cisco Systems —, Bank of America, Splunk, Coty —, Revenue, Resideo Technologies Locations: Utah, South Korea
Editor’s Note: The CNN Original Series “Space Shuttle Columbia: The Final Flight” uncovers the events that ultimately led to disaster. After work, the crew members and their families would gather for cookouts and laser tag at one another’s homes. The STS-107 mission crew included five men and two women of diverse backgrounds, religions, interests and hobbies. They were the Columbia crew. Jonathan Clark met his future wife, Mission Specialist Laurel B. Clark, at US Navy diving school in 1989.
Persons: , Michael P, Anderson, David M, Brown, Kalpana Chawla, Laurel B, Clark, Rick D, William C, Willie ” McCool, Ilan Ramon, Laura Husband, Rick Husband, , ” Laura, Rick, Laurel, Rosalind Hobgood, Jonathan Clark, Jonathan, Jonathan said, ” Laurel, Iain Clark, ” Jonathan, “ It’s, ” Jonathan Clark, Iain, Jonathan Clark “, “ God, Evelyn, Matthew, Laura, Evelyn Husband, Faith, ” Evelyn, it’s, Evelyn Husband “, Tal Ramon, Tal Organizations: CNN, Shuttle Columbia, Sunday, Columbia, NASA, Israeli Space Agency, US Navy, Training, Johnson Space Center, Texas Tech University, Dallas Cowboys, Locations: Wyoming, Columbia, Texas, Panama City , Florida, Laurel, Houston, Amarillo , Texas
CNN —The Israeli military launched an operation on Monday against Gaza’s largest hospital facility, Al-Shifa, where thousands of people are sheltering. “Military vehicles are firing at the hospital buildings’ windows, and at anyone who is caught moving between the hallways,” Hamada Abdelhadi, a displaced Palestinian man seeking shelter at Al-Shifa, told CNN. One witness who lives in nearby Gaza City told CNN he had seen “a big invasion of tanks” headed toward Al-Shifa. And dead bodies and those injured were pulled away by Israeli forces,” he told CNN by phone. During the first round of fighting at Al-Shifa in November, Israel urged Gaza’s northern residents to head south to seek refuge.
Persons: , , Israel, ” Hamada Abdelhadi, Al Jazeera, Ismail Al, Abdelhadi, Abdullah Mohammed, ” Mohammed, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Shifa, , Cindy McCain, Antonio Guterres, ” Guterres, Gazans, Benjamin Netanyahu’s, Martin Griffiths, Daniel Hagari, CNN’s Amir Tal, Mostafa Salem, Joshua Berlinger Organizations: CNN, Gaza’s, Israel Defense Forces, IDF, Health, Al, , World Health Organization, WHO, United, Food, UN, Israeli Locations: Al, Gaza, , Gaza City, Israel, United States, Rafah, United Nations
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