35 Palestinians were killed in an Israeli airstrike

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu has said that the deaths of dozens of Palestinians in an Israeli air strike in the Gaza Strip’s Rafah were a “tragic accident”. He added that the military had taken steps before the strike to reduce the risk of harming uninvolved civilians. However, the Israeli military said that it didn’t cause any casualties on its side.

Aid trucks enter Gaza under an agreement with Egypt

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu has said that Israel must take over the Rafah border crossing to “eliminate Hamas” and achieve its goal of “total victory” over the militant group. He added that Israel would allow humanitarian assistance into Gaza but only after it takes over the Rafah crossing. This comes after seven foreign aid workers were killed in an Israeli air strike.

The Tent Camp in Rafah was hit by an Israeli airstrike

The death toll from the conflict between Israel and Hamas has crossed 36,000, according to local health officials. Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu has said he wants to wipe out Hamas’ last remaining battalions and achieve its goal of “total victory” over the militants, who have recently regrouped in other parts of Gaza, where the military had already operated.

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35 Palestinians were killed in an Israeli airstrike

Aid trucks enter Gaza under an agreement with Egypt

The Tent Camp in Rafah was hit by an Israeli airstrike