The CNN host’s interview with Rachel Goldberg, whose son was kidnapped by Hamas, took a briefly humorous turn.
Concern about rising antisemitism in Europe is fueled in part by what happened to Jews before and during World War II.
The halt in fighting promised some relief for Gaza’s 2.3 million people, who have endured weeks of Israeli bombardment.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s national security adviser says a planned hostage-for-prisoner swap with Hamas has been delayed until at least Friday.
Merkley is the second U.S. senator to join calls for a cease-fire amid rising Palestinian casualties and worsening humanitarian conditions in Gaza.
The newborns from Shifa Hospital were receiving urgent care in the southern Gaza city of Rafah.
The tentative deal would call for Israel and Hamas to freeze their combat operations for five days while a small group of hostages are released each day.
Activists, students and everyday people said they are being intimidated for their pro-Palestine activism.
Both sides have seized on the plight of hospitals as a symbol of the larger war, now in its sixth week.
“Saturday Night Live” is getting blasted after host Timothée Chalamet made a Hamas joke in one of the skits.