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At least 40 more Palestinians killed in the last day in Gaza, says Hamas government

At least 40 Palestinians were killed in yet another day of Israeli bombings and attacks in the Gaza Strip, while another 218 were injured, the Hamas government’s Ministry of Health reported today.

At least 12 civilians were killed in attacks in northern, central and southern Gaza in recent hours, after a house in northern Gaza city was bombed, killing two people, and airstrikes in the city of Rafah , according to Palestinian sources, left five more dead and around 30 injured.

“Troops withdrew from the eastern area of ​​Deir el Balah, in the center, and some residents decided to return to their homes and check the level of destruction (…)”, Palestinian sources told EFE, “when some were the target of bombings that caused deaths and injuries.”

With this new attack, the total number of deaths rose today to 37,124, the majority of them women and children, and 84,712 Palestinians were injured, after more than eight months of a devastating Israeli offensive, which continues to extend to Rafah, in order to gain full control of the border with Egypt.

According to sources from civil defense teams, independent of Hamas, at least five new bodies were transferred from this area to a nearby hospital.

“The combat planes also attacked the camp tents of the displaced in al Mawasi, Khan Younis, causing several civilian injuries,” the Palestinian news agency Wafa reported today.

The Israeli army said in a statement today that it had raided buildings and demolished tunnel entrances in Deir el Balah, where it killed “several Hamas operatives”, including members of its elite Nukhba force, as well as two others armed men in Rafah.

After 248 days of war, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken is expected to arrive in Israel tonight to promote truce negotiations, which are at an impasse, in which Hamas asks Israel and the United States United States that commits itself to ensuring that a truce in Gaza means the definitive end of the war.

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Francesco Giganti

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