A team of United Nations experts tasked with gathering information on sexual violence linked to Hamas’s Oct. 7 attacks on Israel found “reasonable grounds to believe” that people were sexually assaulted at “multiple locations” that day. As part of its inquiry, the U.N. team interviewed survivors and witnesses of the Oct. 7 attacks — though they did not speak with any survivors of the alleged sexual violence on Oct. 7, Pramila Patten, the U.N. special representative of the secretary general on sexual violence in conflict, said in a news conference.