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About Pablo
Multilingual journalist with over 10 years of experience working for media outlets such as Agencia EFE (Spain), Channel News Asia (Singapore), Caracol (Colombia), and TRT (Turkey). Covered several wars, multiple elections, and two football World Cups.

Now based in Buenos Aires after working for 8 years in the Middle East as TV producer, radio host and producer, fixer, camera operator and foreign correspondent. His last position was as Deputy Jerusalem Bureau Chief at the main Spanish-language news agency in the world (EFE).

Mainly interested in politics, conflict, economy, social issues, international relations, sports, human rights, and migration.
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Bread with mold, 10 days without a shower, and homemade surgeries: the month and a half in Gaza of the hostages returned to Israel

02 Dec 2023  |  www.elespanol.com
Over a month and a half, hostages held by Hamas in Gaza endured dire conditions, including infrequent showers, moldy bread, and makeshift surgeries. The recent release of some hostages has shed light on their harsh captivity, with many suffering both physical and mental scars. The article highlights the experiences of several Argentine hostages and their families, detailing the severe deprivation and trauma they faced. The ongoing conflict and the uncertain fate of remaining hostages continue to cause distress among their relatives.

Hamas Tunnels Under a Hospital in a Gaza Reduced to Rubble

Only the Israeli Army Can Guarantee Gaza's Security, According to Herzog

One month of war between Israel and Hamas: more than 11,000 dead and no sign of stopping

06 Nov 2023  |  Diario de Ferrol
A month-long war between Israel and Hamas has resulted in over 11,000 deaths, with nearly 10,000 in Gaza, 241 hostages, and a significant advancement of Israeli soldiers on the ground within the Gaza Strip, leading to an unprecedented humanitarian catastrophe. The conflict began a month ago with Hamas militants massacring over 1,400 Israelis, mostly civilians, and taking hostages. The region has since been plunged into a nightmare, with over 9,700 Palestinians dead, including 4,000 children, and around 25,000 injured. The violence has spread to other fronts, including the Israel-Lebanon border, and has seen a significant increase in violence in the occupied West Bank. Experts see no short-term possibility for a ceasefire, with Israel considering only humanitarian pauses.

With nails, bones, and ashes, this is how forensic scientists identify victims of the Hamas massacre

24 Oct 2023  |  www.heraldo.es
A military base near Tel Aviv has become the focal point for Israel's efforts to identify victims of a Hamas massacre. Over a thousand bodies have been received, with forensic specialists still trying to identify about 200 unrecognizable remains. Despite the overwhelming task, 784 bodies have been identified, and 688 returned to families. The forensic team, comprising doctors, police, dentists, and forensic experts, faces the grim reality of handling severely mutilated remains. The attack by Hamas on October 7, which involved massive rocket fire and the infiltration of over a thousand militants, resulted in approximately 1,400 deaths in Israel and triggered an ongoing war. Israel's counterattacks have killed over 1,200 militants and caused significant casualties and a humanitarian crisis in Gaza. Amid international pressure, Israel has allowed some humanitarian aid into Gaza from Egypt.

Netanyahu signs a coalition government with the far-right

12 Oct 2023  |  Atlántico
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and opposition leader Benny Gantz have agreed to form an emergency coalition government to address Palestinian attacks, excluding opposition figure Yair Lapid who refuses to join a far-right coalition. The agreement aims solely at combating Hamas, with no unrelated legislative projects. The recent Hamas massacre in southern Israel has left the nation in shock, with over 1,200 Israeli deaths and significant destruction in Gaza. The Israeli Army's operations focus on defending Israeli territory and dismantling Hamas's capabilities.

The massacre of Kibbutz Kfar Aza | Did Hamas behead 40 children in Israel?

11 Oct 2023  |  EL PERIÓDICO
Israeli medical sources reported that Hamas militants mutilated and burned civilians during a surprise attack, resulting in hundreds of deaths, including 40 children, in the kibbutzim of Beeri and Kfar Aza. Emergency services found piles of burned bodies, mutilated corpses, and several raped women. An Israeli Army spokesperson described the events as a massacre akin to those by ISIS. The Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed the presence of around 40 children among the dead. Despite initial reports, the Israeli Army later refuted claims of beheaded babies. The attack has left at least 900 dead in Israel, with over 100 kidnapped and taken to Gaza.

The massacre of Kibbutz Kfar Aza | Did Hamas behead 40 children in Israel?

11 Oct 2023  |  EL PERIÓDICO
Israeli medical sources reported that Hamas militants mutilated and burned civilians during a surprise attack, resulting in hundreds of deaths, including 40 children, in the small communities of Beeri and Kfar Aza. The Israeli Army and emergency services found piles of burned bodies, mutilated corpses, and evidence of sexual violence. While initial reports suggested that 40 children were beheaded, this claim was later debunked by the Israeli Army. The attack has left at least 900 dead in Israel and over 100 kidnapped by Hamas militants. The situation remains tense with ongoing confrontations between Israeli forces and infiltrated militants.

Sderot wakes up from the Hamas nightmare

10 Oct 2023  |  diariodesevilla.es
The Israeli city of Sderot, close to Gaza, has been liberated by the army after three days of intense fighting with Palestinian militants who killed about 40 residents. The city is now a ghost town marked by destruction and silence. Residents express fear, anger, and frustration, with some criticizing the security forces and politicians, particularly Netanyahu, for allowing Hamas to grow. Despite the devastation, Rabbi David Fendel remains hopeful, determined to see the city not just survive but thrive.

"They came to massacre us", recount survivors of the Israeli festival attacked by Hamas

10 Oct 2023  |  EL PERIÓDICO
During an electronic music festival in the Israeli desert, Hamas militants from Gaza launched a deadly attack, killing 260 people and kidnapping several others. Survivors recount the chaos and violence as they tried to escape, with many being caught in ambushes. The attack has sparked a new wave of conflict, resulting in significant casualties on both sides. Survivors express frustration with the slow response of Israeli security forces and call for the eradication of Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad. The incident has left many families searching for missing loved ones amid the devastation.

Sderot wakes up from the nightmare of Hamas

10 Oct 2023  |  www.malagahoy.es
Sderot, an Israeli city near Gaza, has been devastated by recent attacks from Hamas militants, resulting in significant destruction and loss of life. The Israeli Army has regained control after intense combat, but the city remains largely abandoned. Residents express fear, anger, and frustration, particularly towards the Israeli government and Prime Minister Netanyahu for their perceived failure to prevent the attacks. Despite the dire situation, some, like Rabbi David Fendel, remain hopeful and determined to rebuild and thrive.

Sderot wakes up from the nightmare of Hamas

10 Oct 2023  |  Diario de Cádiz
Sderot, an Israeli city near Gaza, has been devastated by recent violent clashes between the Israeli Army and Hamas militants, resulting in significant destruction and loss of life. Residents express fear, anger, and frustration towards the Israeli government and security forces for their delayed response. Despite the chaos, some, like Rabbi David Fendel, remain hopeful and resilient, vowing to rebuild and thrive. The conflict has led to a high death toll on both sides, with ongoing military operations and a strong counteroffensive by Israel.

Sderot wakes up from the nightmare of Hamas

10 Oct 2023  |  www.diariodealmeria.es
Sderot, an Israeli city near Gaza, has been devastated by recent violent clashes between the Israeli Army and Hamas militants. The city, now resembling a ghost town, is marked by destruction and fear among its residents. Many have fled, while those remaining express anger towards the Israeli government and security forces for their delayed response. The conflict has resulted in significant casualties on both sides, with over 900 Israelis and 830 Gazans dead. Despite the turmoil, some residents, like Rabbi David Fendel, remain hopeful and determined to rebuild and thrive.

Ukraine to strengthen its counteroffensive with an additional 1,700 drones

26 Jul 2023  |  www.deia.eus
Ukraine plans to enhance its counteroffensive capabilities by adding 1,700 drones, including reconnaissance and attack drones, some of which use artificial intelligence to identify and destroy enemy targets. The announcement was made by Fedórov on Twitter, marking the first anniversary of the Drone Army project, which has trained over 10,000 drone operators and created eleven military assault units with unmanned devices. Fedórov also mentioned the formation of the world's first naval drone fleet, with early results of the project being reported in the news, such as the attack on the Kerch Bridge connecting Russia with the occupied peninsula of Crimea on July 17.

The Vatican requests 7 years and 3 months in prison for Cardinal Angelo Becciu

26 Jul 2023  |  www.deia.eus
Cardinal Angelo Becciu faces accusations of corruption, including falsifying documents, bribing witnesses, and misusing Vatican funds, leading to significant financial losses. The Vatican's prosecutor, Alessandro Diddi, highlighted various instances of financial misconduct, including payments to Cecilia Marogna and contributions to Becciu's brother's cooperative. Becciu's lawyers maintain his innocence, criticizing the prosecution's narrative as illogical and media-driven.

A Russian court sentences the founder of a cybersecurity company to 14 years in prison for treason

26 Jul 2023  |  www.deia.eus
A Russian court has sentenced Ilya Sachkov, the founder of cybersecurity company Group-IB, to 14 years in prison for treason. The prosecution had requested an 18-year sentence, while the defense sought acquittal and criticized the rapid pace of the trial. The defense plans to appeal the verdict, potentially to President Vladimir Putin. Group-IB stated that all its divisions are operating normally and that Sachkov will continue his work in cybersecurity regardless of his location.

Israel experiences a day of tension following the approval of the key law of the judicial reform

25 Jul 2023  |  malagahoy.es
Israel faced a day of tension and concern after the Knesset approved a law limiting the Supreme Court's intervention in government decisions, marking a significant victory for Benjamin Netanyahu's judicial reform. The law's passage sparked nationwide protests and criticism from local media, with five major newspapers printing black front pages in protest. The Israel Free movement described the government as dictatorial and called for renewed resistance against the reform. Attention is now on the Supreme Court as civil society groups appeal to overturn the law. Political analyst Amir Oren noted the unprecedented nature of such intervention, while State Attorney General Gali Baharav-Miara recommended revoking a March law that protects Netanyahu from being disqualified from office.

Israel experiences a day of tension after the approval of the key judicial reform law

25 Jul 2023  |  Diario de Sevilla
Israel faces significant internal tension following the approval of a key judicial reform law by the government of Benjamín Netanyahu, which limits the Supreme Court's ability to intervene in government decisions. The reform has sparked widespread protests and deepened national divisions, with demonstrators clashing with police and major newspapers publishing black front pages in protest. The Supreme Court is now the focus of attention as civil groups appeal against the law, potentially leading to a confrontation between governmental powers. The reform is seen as a move by Netanyahu to consolidate power amid ongoing corruption trials against him.

Israel and Gaza experience the biggest escalation of violence of the year

10 May 2023  |  Diario de Sevilla
On Wednesday, Israel and the militias of the Gaza Strip saw a surge in violence, which began on Tuesday with the killing of three leaders of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) and has resulted in 22 Gazan deaths and 289 rockets fired towards Israel. The Israeli military used the Iron Dome and David's Sling missile defense systems to intercept rockets, while the Israeli Air Force continued to target PIJ in Gaza, resulting in additional casualties, including children. Hamas, which governs Gaza, has joined the PIJ in the armed response. International mediators from Egypt, Qatar, and the United Nations are attempting to negotiate a ceasefire. The current situation is reminiscent of the hostilities in August 2022, which lasted three days and resulted in around 50 Palestinian deaths in Gaza.

The death of a Palestinian prisoner on hunger strike reignites tension with Israel

02 May 2023  |  elprogreso.es
Jader Adnan, a well-known Palestinian prisoner, died after 86 days on hunger strike in an Israeli jail, sparking increased tensions in the region. His death led to rocket launches, a shooting attack, protests, and a general strike in Gaza and the West Bank. Adnan, accused of terrorism by Israel, the US, and the EU, had refused medical care in prison and was on his fifth hunger strike. Following his death, the Islamic Jihad Movement in Palestine warned that Israel would pay for this and other crimes. Hamas, governing Gaza, vowed to escalate resistance. The Israeli military responded to the projectile launches by attacking Gaza, with no injuries reported but material damages to homes.

The death of a Palestinian prisoner on hunger strike increases tension with Israel

02 May 2023  |  Diario de Sevilla
The death of Palestinian prisoner Khader Adnan after an 86-day hunger strike in an Israeli jail has escalated tensions in the region, leading to rocket launches, shootings, and protests. Adnan, a member of the Islamic Jihad, was accused of terrorism by Israel. His death has sparked a general strike in Gaza and the West Bank, with various Palestinian factions condemning Israel and promising retaliation. The Palestinian Authority has called for an international investigation, accusing Israel of deliberate negligence. This incident adds to the ongoing violence in the region, which has seen over a hundred Palestinian deaths this year.

The death of a Palestinian prisoner on hunger strike in Israel threatens a wave of violence

02 May 2023  |  www.eldebate.com
The death of Palestinian prisoner Khader Adnan after an 86-day hunger strike in an Israeli prison has escalated tensions in the region, leading to rocket launches, shootings, and protests. Adnan, a member of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad, was accused of terrorism by Israel. His death has sparked a general strike in Gaza and the West Bank, with Palestinian authorities accusing Israel of deliberate negligence and calling for an international investigation. The incident has intensified the ongoing violence in the area, with various Palestinian factions vowing retaliation against Israel.

The death of a Palestinian prisoner on hunger strike increases tension with Israel

02 May 2023  |  Diario de Jerez
The death of Palestinian prisoner Khader Adnan after an 86-day hunger strike has escalated tensions between Palestinians and Israel, leading to rocket launches, protests, and a general strike in Gaza and the West Bank. Adnan, accused of terrorism by Israel, had been on his tenth detention and fifth hunger strike. His death has prompted strong reactions from Palestinian groups like Islamic Jihad and Hamas, who blame Israel and vow retaliation. The Palestinian Authority has called for an international investigation, accusing Israel of deliberate negligence. This incident adds to the ongoing violence in the region, which has seen over a hundred Palestinian deaths this year.

Violence in Jerusalem and Gaza heightens tension between Israelis and Palestinians

06 Apr 2023  |  www.noticiasdegipuzkoa.eus
Violence erupted at the Al Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem during Ramadan, leading to clashes between Israeli police and Palestinian worshippers. Israeli authorities claim they were responding to violent provocations, while Palestinian sources accuse the police of excessive force. The Palestinian Authority blames the Israeli government for the incidents, warning of potential escalation. Following the clashes, Palestinian militants in Gaza launched rockets into Israel, prompting Israeli airstrikes on Hamas targets. The situation remains tense, with both sides preparing for further confrontations.

Afghanistan: School is not for them

23 Mar 2023  |  www.revista5w.com
The article highlights the struggles of Afghan girls and women under the Taliban regime, focusing on their exclusion from education and the broader societal impact. Personal stories of Ambered Bahar and Farhan Sara illustrate the emotional and physical toll of the Taliban's policies. The narrative underscores the regression in women's rights since the Taliban's return to power, contrasting it with the progress made in the previous two decades. The piece also touches on the broader socio-political landscape, including the Taliban's internal conflicts and the role of ISIS-Khorasan in ongoing violence.

Thousands of Israelis protest against Netanyahu's judicial reform by land, sea, and air

09 Mar 2023  |  www.lavozdegalicia.es
Tens of thousands of Israelis protested against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's judicial reform, which aims to increase executive power at the expense of the judiciary. Demonstrations spread across the country, including major disruptions at Ben Gurion Airport and Haifa's main port. Protestors, including tech workers and LGBTQ activists, argue the reform threatens democracy and minority rights. Netanyahu, facing corruption charges, insists the reform is necessary and accuses the opposition of trying to overthrow the government. The Israeli President and various economic and judicial figures have expressed concerns about the reform's impact on democracy and the economy.

Thousands of Israelis protest against Netanyahu's judicial reform by land, sea, and air

09 Mar 2023  |  La Voz de Asturias
Tens of thousands of Israelis protested against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's judicial reform, which aims to increase executive power at the expense of the judiciary. Demonstrations took place across the country, including at Ben Gurion Airport and Haifa's main port. Protestors argue the reform threatens democracy and minority rights. The protests have garnered support from various sectors, including the military, judiciary, and high-tech industry. Netanyahu defends the reform, claiming it is necessary for governance, while opposition leaders and former officials warn it could undermine Israel's democratic foundations and economic stability.

The LGBT community is in the sights of the government of Israel, but promises to fight back

18 Jan 2023  |  clarin.com
Israel's new government, led by Benjamin Netanyahu with ultra-Orthodox and far-right partners, targets the LGBT community, which sees itself on the front line of battle against a widespread offensive on various minorities. Avi Maoz, deputy minister in charge of educational and migration policies, has openly criticized the LGBT ideology and movement. The coalition agreements include a clause to amend anti-discrimination laws, allowing service refusal on religious grounds. LGBT representatives vow to fight for their rights, with Tel Aviv hosting the Middle East's largest Pride Parade annually. Incidents of homophobia have risen by 75% in the last year. Organizations like AGUDÁ and Havrutá are mobilizing protests and fear the return of conversion therapies, previously banned. The government's judicial reform, threatening liberal democracy and minority rights, has also drawn LGBT organizations into broader protest movements.

A Palestinian prisoner, after 175 days on hunger strike: 'Freedom or death'

25 Aug 2022  |  www.naiz.eus
Jalil Awawdeh, a Palestinian prisoner, has been on a hunger strike for 175 days to protest his administrative detention by Israel. His deteriorating health has drawn attention to the plight of over 720 Palestinian detainees held without charges. Awawdeh's case has strained relations between Israel and Egypt, which mediated a recent ceasefire. Hunger strikes have a long history among Palestinian prisoners, but their impact has diminished over time. Israeli authorities are criticized for their indifference to the lives of hunger strikers, while organizations like Addameer and Médicos por los Derechos Humanos advocate for prisoners' rights.

New Miss Universe: 'I want to inspire women and men alike'

13 Dec 2021  |  Diario de Sevilla
Harnaaz Sandhu, the newly crowned Miss Universe from India, aims to inspire both women and men equally and views beauty pageants as a source of empowerment. In an interview in Eilat, Israel, she expressed her gratitude and the overwhelming responsibility of her new title. Sandhu emphasized the importance of self-perception over external opinions and plans to advocate for women's empowerment and menstrual hygiene, inspired by her gynecologist mother. She also supports COVID-19 vaccination and strict social distancing measures. Despite facing bullying in her youth, Sandhu believes in the unique purpose and beauty of every individual.

An Indian young woman triumphs in a Miss Universe marked by politics and the pandemic

13 Dec 2021  |  www.larazon.es
Harnaaz Sandhu from India won the 70th Miss Universe pageant held in Eilat, Israel, overcoming political controversies and pandemic-related restrictions. Sandhu, an actress and women's rights activist, emphasized the importance of health and vaccination. The event faced political backlash, particularly from South Africa, and highlighted the growing diplomatic ties between Israel, Bahrain, and Morocco. The pandemic's impact was evident with empty seats and travel restrictions. Sandhu's victory concluded the shortest reign in Miss Universe history, following Andrea Meza's coronation in March.

New Miss Universe: 'I want to inspire women and men alike'

13 Dec 2021  |  Diario de Jerez
Harnaaz Sandhu from India, crowned as the new Miss Universe, aims to inspire both women and men equally and views beauty pageants as a source of empowerment. In an interview in Eilat, Israel, she expressed her gratitude and the overwhelming responsibility of her new title. Sandhu emphasized the importance of self-perception over external opinions and plans to advocate for women's empowerment and menstrual hygiene, inspired by her gynecologist mother. She also supports COVID-19 vaccination and social distancing measures, praising Israel's strict restrictions. Despite facing bullying in her youth, Sandhu believes in the unique purpose and beauty of every individual.

The unvaccinated, a drag on the success of rapid vaccination in Israel

23 Aug 2021  |  www.lavozdegalicia.es
Israel's initial success in rapid COVID-19 vaccination, primarily with Pfizer, has been undermined by a significant portion of the population refusing the vaccine. This has led to a resurgence of cases, driven by the Delta variant and waning immunity. Experts highlight that the unvaccinated, including significant numbers from the Arab minority and ultra-Orthodox Jewish communities, are contributing to the strain on the healthcare system. Efforts are ongoing to administer a third dose, but challenges persist due to vaccine hesitancy rooted in socio-economic factors and misinformation.

Juana Ruiz faces an Israeli military trial after four months in prison

10 Aug 2021  |  www.elperiodicoextremadura.com
Juana Ruiz Sánchez, a humanitarian worker from Extremadura, Spain, faced an Israeli military court in the occupied West Bank after being detained for four months. The brief procedural hearing marked the start of her trial, which had been postponed three times. Ruiz Sánchez, accused of belonging to an illegal Palestinian organization and other related charges, appeared confused and exhausted. Her defense argued for a Spanish translator and more detailed charges, emphasizing that the organization was only declared illegal by Israel in 2021. The defense also claimed that some accusations were outside Israeli jurisdiction and denied any connection to the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine. The next hearing is set for September 1.

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