More than 29,400 Palestinians were killed in Gaza

Gaza.- Medical sources in the Gaza Strip reported today that at least 29,410 Palestinians have been killed and 69,465 others injured since the beginning of the Israeli attack on the Gaza Strip on October 7.

In the final part on this topic, health authorities in the coastal sector reported that in the past 24 hours, 97 people lost their lives and 132 others were injured as a result of the bombings.

But they warned that this number is preliminary because there are many victims under the rubble and on the roads because the occupation army prevents ambulances and civil defense crews from reaching them.

For its part, the official news agency reported Wafa Reports indicated that 20 people were killed and an unspecified number injured during the past hours as a result of air strikes that targeted the Al-Zaytoun neighborhood, southeast of Gaza City.

Seven citizens were also killed in a similar incident after a house was bombed in the Al-Sabra neighborhood in the same city.

There were also a number of dead and wounded as a result of Israeli artillery shelling on the Al-Rimal area.

In the central coastal strip, at least 10 people were killed and dozens wounded as a result of the attacks that targeted refugee camps in Nuseirat, Al-Bureij, Al-Maghazi, and the town of Deir Al-Balah.

Wafa He stressed that many Palestinians also died in the southern city of Khan Yunis, the center of the ground attack launched by the neighboring country's army weeks ago.

There, Al-Nasser and Al-Amal hospitals remain under siege by the army, despite condemnations from the United Nations, NGOs and several countries.

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The source indicated that the warplanes also launched three raids on the border area of ​​the city of Rafah, south of the Gaza Strip, and the warplanes also fired several projectiles that fell near the shelter centers for displaced people in the city, resulting in deaths and injuries. And wounded.

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