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Around 300 feared dead in Shujaiya 'massacre
Palestinian death toll in Gaza passes 15,000
160 Palestinian civilians found dead amid Gaza rubble over 24 hours
Αt least 14,854 people to have been killed in Gaza since 7 October
Gaza death toll reaches 13,000
Gaza death toll reaches 12,300
Gaza death toll reaches 11,180
The Palestinian death toll currently stands at 10,812 people including 4,412 children
Over 100,000 Palestinians in the Gaza Strip have fled southwards in the last two days
1,350 Palestinian children are under rubble
Hospitals receive one bombing victim every minute
At least 48 Palestinian journalists killed
10,000 Palestinians killed in month of Israeli bombing
One Palestinian child is killed every 10 minutes
Gaza death toll reaches 9,770
Over 9,000 Palestinians killed, 32,000 wounded so far
 
  
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Nearly 200 Palestinians killed in 24 hours. Israel kills 300 in Shujaiya 'massacre', says civil defence. 


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27 people have been killed an Israeli strike on a UN school in the Gaza Strip, according to local medics cited by AFP.

The blast hit a school west of the Jabalia refugee camp, a regular target of Israeli attacks.

The health ministry said the school had been housing displaced Palestinians fleeing violence and bombardment in other parts of Gaza.
 
The government's media office reported on Thursday that at least 14,854 people to have been killed in Gaza since 7 October.

It said 6,150 children and 4,000 women were among the dead, while a further 36,000 people wounded.


The health ministry previously warned it could no longer give exact tolls as Israel's ground invasion and closure of access to several areas in the Gaza Strip had prevented the recovery of bodies.

 
 
At least nine Palestinians were killed and several others injured after an Israeli strike on the Nuseirat refugee camp in central Gaza.

According to Palestinian news agency, Wafa news, children were among those killed after the strike hit the Ayyash family home in Nuseirat

The number of Palestinians killed by Israel has crossed 14,000, with at least 5,840 children killed.  

At least five Palestinians were killed and scores wounded when Israeli forces raided the occupied West Bank city of Tulkarm, according to Arabic media.

The incursion involved bombing a home with a drone strike and obstructing ambulances as they tried to reach Thabet Thabet hospital.

On Wednesday morning, Israeli soldiers arrested one wounded person from hospital emergency room.

Israeli forces attacked the city with bulldozers, razing roads, destroying infrastructure and private property, according to Palestinian new agency, Wafa news.
 
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The Palestinian health ministry said at least 13,300 Palestinians have been killed in Gaza since Israel launched its assault on the besieged enclave.

The ministry said the death toll includes 5,600 children and 3,550 women.

It added that at least 6,500 people are still reported missing, with the vast majority of them being women and children.
 
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Air strike on UN school leaves scores dead.  Meanwhile, hundreds of patients have been forced out of al-Shifa Hospital on beds and in wheelchairs.
 
The Palestinian death toll in the Gaza Strip has reached 12,300 people, according to a statement released by the government's media office in Gaza. The dead include more than 5,000 children and 3,300 women. In addition, 30,000 people have been injured.

The Palestinian health ministry, meanwhile, has said that dozens of bodies currently litter the streets of the northern Gaza Strip and that it is impossible to count them because the Israeli army has been targeting ambulances and medical workers trying to approach them.
 
An Israeli strike on a building in the Jabalia refugee camp in northern Gaza on Saturday has killed 32 people from the same family, a health ministry official told AFP.

The health ministry released a list of 32 members of the Abu Habal family who were killed in the attack. Nineteen of them were children.

That means that more than 80 people were killed on Saturday in two separate Israeli strikes on Jabalia refugee camp.

"At least 50 people" were killed in an Israeli air strike on the UN-run Al-Fakhoora school, which was sheltering Palestinians, the official added.
 
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Palestine's Health Ministry said Israeli forces had made a number of arrest during its raid of the al Shifa hospital in Gaza. 

A spokesperson for the Health Ministry said the Israeli army arrested "two engineering health crews, the only electrical generator mechanic technician and the only technician for the hospital's oxygen station.

The Ministry's announcement come after eyewitnesses confirmed that Israel had withdrawn from the hospital but remained on the outskirts of the facility. 

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Mass grave being dug in Gaza hospital complex as medics fear Israeli snipers.
 

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Premature babies 'dying one by one', says doctor at al-Shifa hospital.
 
More than 100 Unrwa staff killed by Israel in Gaza.

Much of the focus  on day 39 of the Israel-Palestine war has been on Israeli attacks close to hospitals, most notably al-Shifa, from which people have been unable to flee and outside which dead bodies lie uncollected.

It's important to note that more than half of these medical centres and facilities  have now been destroyed or no longer function. Those that survive, including al-Shifa, the enclave's largest hospital, and al-Quds, have stopped admitting new patients and are without oxygen, the most basic medicine,  and power.
 
 
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Up to 15,000 people inside Gaza's largest hospital face slow death, doctors warn.
 
The Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, issued a warning after making contact with health professionals at the Al-Shifa hospital in Gaza.

"The situation is dire and perilous," Ghebreyesus said in a post to social media, noting that it has been three days since the hospital had electricity or water.

"The constant gunfire and bombings in the area have exacerbated the already critical circumstances. Tragically, the number of patient fatalities has increased significantly. Regrettably, the hospital is not functioning as a hospital anymore," he continued.

"The world cannot stand silent while hospitals, which should be safe havens, are transformed into scenes of death, devastation, and despair. Ceasefire. NOW."

The United Nations agency Unrwa announced on Sunday that 101 of their staff have been killed by Israel in Gaza.

According to the organisation, around one third of those killed were killed in southern and middern areas of the Gaza Strip, which was declared safe.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has managed to restore communication with health professionals at the Al-Shifa hospital in northern Gaza, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said on Sunday.

"Regrettably, the hospital is not functioning as a hospital anymore," he added in a post on X, formerly known as Twitter.

WHO lost communication on Saturday and the health ministry in Gaza said that operations at Al Shifa hospital complex, the largest in the Palestinian enclave, were suspended after it ran out of fuel.

Five out of 39 premature babies have now died at al-Shifa Hospital due to Israel cutting off all resources in the Gaza strip, a spokesperson for the Palestinian Ministry of Health said on Sunday.

The neonatal intensive care unit stopped working on 11 November due to a lack of electricity, the facility’s director said.

The remaining babies in the neonatal intensive care unit are at risk of losing their lives as the hospital runs out of fuel.

The spokesperson for the Palestinian Ministry of Health also said that seven people in the intensive care unit have also died.

Israeli forces have destroyed more than 40,000 housing units in the Gaza Strip, according to local officials. Meanwhile, Israeli bombardments have damaged at least 50 percent of housing units across the besieged strip, officials said.
 
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Around half a million Palestinian children have been affected by Israel’s bombardment of the Gaza Strip, the Euro-Med Human Rights Monitor said in a statement.

The estimated figure includes those who have been killed, injured, or whose family homes have been damaged or destroyed.

The Geneva-based human rights organisation reported that 6,100 children have been killed or reported missing under the rubble of buildings destroyed by Israel’s intense air and artillery attacks on the Strip, stating that chances for their survival diminishes with each passing day.

More than 15,500 children have been injured, the group reported, with dozens of them in critical condition.

Other children have suffered limb amputations, while hundreds more have suffered severe burns to their bodies, the group said. 

Up to 15,000 people inside Gaza's Al Shifa hospital face slow death, doctors warn.
 
 
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All bakeries in the north of Gaza have now closed due to “lack of fuel, water and wheat flour,” said the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA).

Access to bread in the south of Gaza has also become desperate. The only operating mill in Gaza remains unable to grind wheat due to a lack of electricity and fuel.

Eleven bakeries have been hit and destroyed since 7 October. Only one of the bakeries contracted by the World Food Programme (WFP), along with eight other bakeries in the south, intermittently provides bread to shelters, depending on the availability of flour and fuel.

People queue for long hours in bakeries, where they are exposed to airstrikes, added OCHA.
 
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Israel's military is carrying out "intense bombings" near a number of hospitals in the northern Gaza Strip.

“For more than an hour, intense bombings have been taking place around hospitals,” Salama Maarouf, head of the government’s media office in Gaza, told reporters.

According to the Wafa news agency, Israeli bombardment on Sunday evening had killed and injured scores of Palestinians in the vicinity of Gaza City.

The Palestinians communications and information ministry confirmed that Israel had cut all internet and communications for the third time since the war began.  


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At least seven Palestinians were killed and many others were wounded from an Israeli air strike on a house in the Jabalia refugee camp in northern Gaza, according to Wafa news agency.

Israel has repeatedly bombarded the camp - home to over 100,000 people - in recent days.

The Palestinian health ministry said earlier today that 9,572 had been killed by Israeli bombardment in Gaza, and over 26,000 injured. More than 1,600 others were unaccounted for, and feared dead under the rubble. 


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Israeli fighter jets targeted three hospitals in Gaza on Friday within the space of a few hours, the Palestinian Ministry of Health said.

Bombs were dropped in the courtyards of the Indonesian hospital, the al-Quds hospital, and al-Shifa hospital, Gaza's biggest medical facility.

At least 15 people were killed in the Shifa shelling, according to Al Jazeera.

Dozens of others have been wounded, including people injured during previous attacks.

One of the bombs hit a convoy carrying patients that departed from Shifa and was en route to southern Gaza for further treatment.  
 

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Israeli fighter jets killed at least seven people in air strikes targeting a cemetery in the Gaza Strip on Friday morning.

According to local media, a group of people working at the cemetery in Beit Lahia are among those killed in the bombing.
 

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