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Global National: Nov. 6, 2023 | Israeli forces advance deeper into Gaza as civilian casualties mount

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Gaza's health ministry, run by Hamas, says more than 10,000 people have been killed in the Gaza Strip since the Israel-Hamas conflict flared up, and more bloodshed is expected as Israel's military pushes deeper into the territory. Daniele Hamamdjian looks at the intensifying attacks of Israel's operation aimed at wiping out Hamas and the mounting deaths of Palestinian civilians despite small signs of humanitarian aid.

More than 200 people have been held hostage by Hamas for nearly a month now, and families in Israel are fearful for the safety of their taken loved ones as the assault on Gaza intensifies. Mike Armstrong looks at a unique tribute in Jerusalem for those who remain in captivity, as Israel's government faces growing calls to prioritize rescuing them above all else.

Former U.S. president Donald Trump took the stand at his civil fraud trial in New York, where he's accused of inflating the value of his properties by billions of dollars to secure favourable loans. Jackson Proskow looks at how Trump repeatedly assailed the judge during his defiant testimony and how the case's outcome could impact his business empire.

The federal government is facing pressure over a carbon pricing pause for home heating oil that mostly favours Atlantic Canada, with political opponents calling to expand the exemption to all fossil fuels used to heat homes. As Heidi Petracek reports, Canada's premiers are also making unified calls on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to go back to the drawing board in addressing the climate crisis.

Ahead of Remembrance Day, the Royal Canadian Legion has expanded its 'Poppy Stories' campaign, which involves scanning your poppy with a smartphone to learn personal stories about Canadian veterans. Touria Izri looks at the unique way Canadians can pay tribute to those who paid the ultimate sacrifice.

The American Ornithological Society is planning to rename dozens of bird species native to the U.S. and Canada, especially those named after humans — including some unsavory characters. Eric Sorensen explains how it's part of a broader effort to diversify birding, while making it easier for new birdwatchers to identify their favourite fowl.

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