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December 01, 2023, Rafah, Palestinian Territories: Palestinians look for survivors after an Israeli air strike on a house belonging to the Adwan family in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip. The week-long ceasefire ended at 7am local time, and almost immediately, the sound of explosions filled the corridors of al-Nasr hospital in the south of the territory.
zReportage.com Issue #916 Story of the Week: Published TUESDAY November 28, 2023: 'Housing Purgatory' by ZUMA Partner newspaper The Tampa Bay Times photo-journalist Douglas R. Clifford and story by staff writer Lauren Peace: Unable to find affordable housing and barred by poor credit or hefty security deposits, families across Tampa Bay are cramming into motel rooms to avoid life on the street. Not quite homeless but stuck in transition, working families like Jennifer Spencer's are trapped in housing purgatory. In a state that's second-worst in the nation for low-income people seeking housing, according to the National Low-Income Housing Coalition, - more...
Dec. 1, 2023, Beijing, China: KALLE JARVILEHTO of Finland competes during the men's snowboard big air qualification at the FIS Snowboard and Freeski Big Air World Cup at Big Air Shougang in Beijing, China.
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Israel-Hamas War 2023: Gaza Under Siege
Israel-Hamas War of 2023: October 7, 2023. Militants from Gaza fired thousands of rockets towards Israeli towns on Saturday morning, before breaking through the heavily fortified border fence with Israel and sending militants deep into Israeli territory. There, Hamas gunmen killed hundreds of people, including civilians and soldiers, and took hostages, sometimes from their homes. It took Israeli troops more than two days to take back control as fighting raged in the streets. On Monday, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) said it had retaken control of all Israeli communities in Gaza’s vicinity on its southern border after fighting with Hamas ended. The militant Hamas rulers of the Gaza Strip carried out an unprecedented, multi-front attack on Israel at daybreak Saturday, firing thousands of rockets as dozens of Hamas fighters infiltrated the heavily fortified border in several locations, killing hundreds and taking captives. Palestinian health officials reported scores of deaths from Israeli airstrikes in Gaza. Three reasons why experts say Hamas' recent attack is 'unprecedented'. The attacks were unprecedented in tactic and scale as Israel has not faced its adversaries in street battles on its own territory since the 1948 Arab-Israeli war. It has also never faced a terror attack of this magnitude that has taken the lives of so many civilians. While Hamas has kidnapped Israelis before, it has never before taken dozens of hostages at once, including children and the elderly. Hamas called the operation “Al-Aqsa Storm” and said that the assault was a response to what it described as Israeli attacks on women, the desecration of the al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem and the ongoing siege of Gaza. IMAGE SHOT ON: October 9, 2023, Gaza, Palestine: A paramedic holds a little girl with her face full of blood and dirt from the effects of the bombing of Israeli planes.
United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP28) in Dubai
- 02 December 2023, United Arab Emirates, Dubai: Federal Chancellor Olaf Scholz (SPD, r) arrives on the second day of his visit to the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP28)
China Manufacturing Industry Red Lantern
December 1, 2023, Yichang, Hubei, China: A worker dries processed lanterns in Yuncheng city, Shanxi Province, China.
Autumn in Tokyo: Meiji Jingu Gaien
December 2, 2023, Tokyo, Japan: People enjoy taking photos each other with the autumn leaves at Jingu Gaien Ginkgo Avenue in Tokyo. Meiji Jingu Gaien is one of the most popular spots for autumn leaves in Tokyo, where visitors enjoy walking and taking pictures of the yellow leaves falling down creating a golden carpet along the avenue.
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ZUMA PRESS Best Entertainment 2023
ZUMA PRESS Best Entertainment 2023: May 24, 2023, Cannes, Cote d'Azur, France: Swedish supermodel ELSA ANNA SOFIE HOSK, 34, turned heads in an optical illusion dress by Viktor & Rolf on the red carpet for festival screening of 'The Pot-Au-Feu' , (original name was 'La Passion de Dodin Bouffant'), during the 76th Annual Cannes Film Festival. Dress features a deconstructed silhouette. Garment is equipped with a blush-colored corset attached to a protruding blue ballgown, that appears to have been digitally rotated to the right of Hoskís body. The Cinderella-esque number comes with a sweetheart neckline, bows at the waist and a billowing tulle skirt. Hosk teamed the trippy piece with a diamond necklace and metallic sandal heels. For glam, the runway star opted for sparkly blue eyeshadow and a nude lip. Hosk had her blonde tresses styled in a bouncy bob.
Onset of winter in southern Germany - Munich
- 02 December 2023, Bavaria, Munich: Masses of snow lie on cars and a road in the state capital. Snow and ice have caused chaos on the roads and on the railroads in the south of Bavaria.
Onset of winter in southern Germany - Munich
- 02 December 2023, Bavaria, Munich: Masses of snow lie on cars and a road in the state capital. Snow and ice have caused chaos on the roads and on the railroads in the south of Bavaria.
Red Sea Film Festival 2023: Women In Cinema Gala
December 1, 2023, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Iranian model MAHLAGHA JABERI arrives to the Women in Cinema gala dinner at a hotel in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia as part of the 3rd edition of Red Sea Film Festival.
SPORTS WORLD from LAST 24 HOURS
ZUMA PRESS Best Sports 2023
ZUMA PRESS Best Sports 2023: September 17, 2023, Houston, Texas, USA: Texans linebacker DENZEL PERRYMAN (6) tackles Colts running back ZACK MOSS (21) during an NFL game between the Texans and the Colts. The Colts won, 31-20.
Curling 2023: Karuizawa International Championships
December 1, 2023, Nagano, Japan: KAHO ONODERA in action during the Karuizawa international curling championships at Karuizawa Ice Park, Nagano, Japan.
Swimming 2023: Japan Open
December 1, 2023, Tokyo, Japan: MIKI TAKAHASHI in action during the Swimming Japan Open 2023 Women's 100m Backstroke Heat at Tokyo Aquatics Centre, Tokyo, Japan. Takahashi finished in 3rd place and advanced to the finals.
NCAA Football 2023: Washington 34:31 Oregon
December 1, 2023, Las Vegas Nevada, USA: Washington Huskies quarterback MICHAEL PENIX JR. (9) lifts up the MVP trophy while on stage at the conclusion of the Pac-12 Football Championship Game featuring the Oregon Ducks and the Washington Huskies at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.
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March 19, 2020, Lhokseumawe, Aceh, Indonesia: An Indonesian volunteer from Health Department wears a protective suit as he uses fumigation equipment to disinfect common areas in Lhokseumawe, Aceh province. Indonesian government confirmed for COVID-19 coronavirus cases to 227, 11 people recovered, and 19 people deaths.
COLD REALITY: Ukraine's Never Ending War
November 12, 2023, Kyiv, Ukraine: Kyiv monument to Volodymyr the Great during preparations for the large-scale installation project 'Spectral Poetry' by Spanish artist Pablo Valbuena. In collaboration with Ukrainian poets Ostap Slyvynsky, Iryna Tsilyk and Lyuba Yakimchuk, the display brings together poetry and architecture, using digital light and sound to project the voice of Ukrainian poets onto sites damaged during the war initiated by Russia.
COLD REALITY: Ukraine's Never Ending War
November 8, 2023, Northern Ukraine: Artillery mortar gunners with the First Presidential National Guard Brigade of Ukraine fire a mortar during a practical military training exercise at an undisclosed location in northern Ukraine.
FINDING HOME: Turkey 9 Months On
November 7, 2023, Kahramanmaras, Turkey: People go about their daily lives among the debris at the bazaar as those who lost their homes, jobs, and relatives are trying to hold on to life. The historical grand bazaar in the center of Kahramanmaras, built in the late 16th century and damaged by earthquakes, is partially open to shopping as the city attempts to normalize after the earthquakes.
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