Yahya Sinwar, the leader of Hamas in the Gaza Strip, is widely believed to have helped mastermind the unprecedented Hamas attack that changed the course of Israeli-Palestinian history.
The memorial event, at which five DJs played, took place at the site where Hamas killed hundreds attending a rave on Oct. 7. "This is the first time I've been able to cry," says one attendee.
Under an extension of a temporary cease-fire, Hamas freed 12 more hostages on Tuesday, including 10 Israelis and two foreign nationals, Israel's military said. About 160 hostages remain in captivity.
The announcement from the Islamist militant group came after a third hostages-for-prisoners swap with Israel in which 17 captives and 39 Palestinian prisoners were released.
Israeli officials first told Emily Hand's father that his daughter was killed by Hamas in the Oct. 7 attack. The Israelis later found evidence she was alive and she's now reunited with her father.
We came to a refugee camp in Jordan to ask what is on people's minds, as war and violence unfold in places that may be miles away, but that feel central to their identities.
Romi Gonen, 23, was wounded and taken hostage during the Oct. 7 Hamas-led attack. Her sister Yarden and other relatives are awaiting word if Romi will be released as part of a negotiated hostage deal.
Thousands of villagers living along the border with Israel have been evacuated to Tyre, 50 miles south of Beirut. Their escape is a reminder of the cost of the war in Gaza, even far from its borders.
There are days when you head out to report a story, and you think you know where it's going. And then it spins in an entirely different direction. This is the story of one such day.
Health officials say the hospitals are out of electricity. The U.N. and World Health Organization pleaded for "decisive international action" to preserve what's left of the health care system in Gaza.