Qatar issues ultimatum to Hamas: make a deal or face expulsion from Doha

According to CNN, Qatari authorities have issued a warning to Hamas leaders, threatening to expel them from Doha if a deal is not accepted to release hostages and end the war in Gaza. The warning has been ongoing for several months, but now the threat of expulsion has become a real possibility.

On June 6, a Saudi newspaper reported that Hamas rejected a proposed ceasefire and prisoner exchange deal with Israel because it did not meet their expectations. The rejection was based on concerns that the deal did not guarantee a permanent ceasefire and allowed for the occupying forces to remain in Gaza.

Discussions about relocating Hamas leadership from Qatar to another country have been ongoing for over a month, but Jordan and Turkey have already made it clear that they would not host Hamas leaders.

In other news, Reuters states that central bankers do not believe there will be an interest rate cut by the European Central Bank in July. Additionally, there are articles discussing the effects of drinking ice water on a sore throat, the launch of the Google Notebook LM writing assistant in Spain, and the presentation of new cruise missiles by the Israeli Aviation Industry.

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