WHO WARNS OF HELLISH CONDITIONS AS SEVERE HUNGER GRIPS GAZA
The World Health Organization (WHO) faced obstacles delivering food to Nasser Hospital in Khan Younis due to significant delays
The World Health Organization (WHO) faced obstacles delivering food to Nasser Hospital in Khan Younis due to significant delays at checkpoints, resulting in a “serious shortage.” A Mercy Corps aid worker reported witnessing two individuals suffocating to death due to overcrowding during a rare food delivery to Northern Gaza.
Dr. Omar Abu Taha expressed uncertainty about the identities and locations of those injured, as Palestinians in Rafah bury dozens of bodies released by Israel. Israeli troops reportedly entered al-Amal Hospital in Khan Younis, demanding the evacuation of doctors and displaced Palestinians, according to the Palestine Red Crescent.
The toll from Israeli attacks on Gaza since October 7 includes at least 26,751 people killed and 65,636 wounded. In Israel, the death toll from the October 7 Hamas attacks stands at 1,139.
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