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Live/ Israeli night bombing in refugee camp leaves 31 dead, according to Palestinian sources

An Israeli airstrike on the Nusereit refugee camp in central Gaza killed 31 Palestinians, according to Palestinian sources. The attack occurred in the early hours of the morning.

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  • United Nations speaks of “apocalyptic” consequences of fuel shortage in Gaza

    Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator Martin Griffiths once again warns of the “apocalyptic” consequences of strangling humanitarian aid.

    Speaking to AFP during a meeting in Doha with Qatari officials, Martin Griffiths warned of a possible fuel shortage in Gaza.

    “If fuel runs out, aid does not reach people where they need it, the famine, which we have talked about for so long, which is approaching, will no longer exist. Will be present. Our concern, as citizens of an international community, is that these consequences will be very, very harsh. Hard, difficult and apocalyptic.”

    The invasion of southern Gaza, in Rafah, vehemently criticized by the United Nations and much of the international community, aggravated the humanitarian crisis in the territory.

    The United Nations undersecretary explains that around 50 humanitarian aid vans could reach the most affected part, in northern Gaza, but the Clashes near Rafah and Kerem Shalom are “effectively blocking” these main routes.

  • Death toll rises to 31 in Israeli bombing of refugee camp

    At least 31 Gazans, including women and children, died this morning in an Israeli bombardment against a residential building in the Nuseirat refugee camp, in the center of the Gaza Strip, EFE reported.

    According to sources in the Gaza emergency and relief teams, 31 bodies have already been removed from the rubblein addition to 20 wounded, many of whom were transferred to Al Aqsa hospital.

    This is the new death toll after it was initially reported that the Israeli bombing had caused 20 deaths. According to witnesses, the attack occurred in the middle of the night, around 3:00 a.m. (00:00 GMT).

    Rescuers admit that More bodies may still be trapped under the rubble..

    In a video published on social networks, several bodies can be seen covered with colorful blankets and white cloths, as well as doctors from the Palestinian Red Crescent carrying several bodies.

    “This Israeli airstrike, one of the deadliest in recent weeks“intensifies the humanitarian crisis in Gaza,” the Palestinian news agency Wafa reported, as Nuseirat had been designated a “safe space” for months.

    Also overnight, several civilians were killed and an unknown number of people were wounded when Israeli warplanes attacked a house belonging to the Shahin family in northern Gaza City, Palestinian sources said.

  • Jordan demands investigation into war crimes in Gaza

    Jordan’s Foreign Minister, Ayman Safadi, reported this Sunday that the kingdom will demand an international investigation into war crimes that occurred in the Palestinian-Israeli conflict in Gaza.

    In a press conference with the head of the United Nations agency for Palestinian refugees (UNRWA), the head of Jordanian diplomacy states that Those responsible for these types of crimes must be “brought to justice”.

    The United Nations Human Rights Council had already ruled that Israel should be held responsible for possible war crimes committed in the Gaza Strip.

    To approve this resolution, 28 countries voted in favor, 13 abstained and 6 voted againstincluding the United States and Germany.

    The United Nations Human Rights Council resolution expressed concern about “serious reports of human rights violations and serious violations of international humanitarian law, including possible war crimes and crimes against humanity in the occupied Palestinian territories.”

  • 800,000 people have already left Rafah, UNRWA estimates

    The United Nations Agency for Palestinian Refugees (UNRWA) estimates that, since Intensification of Israeli military operations in Rafah, 800,000 people have fled from the city.

  • Bodies of 150 Palestinians killed by Israel recovered

    rescue teams Recovered bodies of 150 Palestinians. who were murdered in recent days by Israeli troops.

    The information was provided by the Gaza Civil Emergency Service and cited by The Guardian.

    According to local sources, Israeli forces have made progress in the northernmost areas of Gaza, specifically in Jabalia.

  • US National Security Advisor meets with Netanyahu this Sunday

    White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan is in Israel this Sunday. The American is expected meet with the head of Israel’s National Security CouncilTzaji Hanegbi, followed by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

    The information was advanced to Washington Post by officials of that country.

    According to the The GuardianIn the talks taking place this Sunday, Jake Sullivan should discuss the need (and the best way) to combat Hamas, without continuing to intensely attack the south of the Gaza Strip, specifically the city of Rafah, where Israeli troops have made great advances.

  • Reports indicate that Israel continues to close access to the Rafah border

    Reports indicate that Israeli forces continue to close Rafah’s borders with Egypt. The United Nations and international humanitarian aid organizations denounce that the closure of the entrances that give access to southern Gaza and Rafah, as well as the access controlled by Israel in Kerem Shalom, has closed the territory to foreign aid.

    Israel has handed over to Egypt the responsibility of reopening the borders with Gaza to allow the arrival of humanitarian support.

  • Air raid on house in refugee camp left 20 dead, hospital source says

    At least 20 people are believed to have been killed in an airstrike that Israel carried out this morning on the al-Nuseirat refugee camp in central Gaza. The information was provided by the Al Aqsa Martyrs Hospital, which confirmed that it had received 20 fatalities, in addition to several wounded.

    The attack, according to The Guardian, targeted a house belonging to the Hassan family and occurred at 03:00 local time. The Palestinian news agency Wafa indicates that several children were among the injured and that rescue forces were searching for victims in the rubble.

  • Good morning, let’s follow the evolution of the conflict in the Gaza Strip in a new live blog. You can see the most important thing that happened on Saturday, the day a prominent member of the Israeli war cabinet left an ultimatum to the prime minister.

    Gantz presents an ultimatum to Netanyahu: either present a post-war plan or resign from the war cabinet

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