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# Khan Younis

Last month
March 2024
Netanyahu vows to press on with Rafah offensive despite US warning invasion would be 'red line'
The Israeli Prime Minister said “no amount of international pressure will stop us from realising all the goals of the war”.
Gaza's health ministry said at least 92 Palestinians were killed in Israeli strikes overnight.
Envoys are planning to meet in Qatar to revive stalled talks for a ceasefire and hostage release deal.
This year
Qatar says Hamas response to new Gaza truce proposal is 'positive'
MSF says healthcare system in Gaza has 'virtually collapsed' as death toll hits more than 23,700
Five-year-old girl dies after suspected Israeli tank shell struck NGO shelter in Gaza
Last year
Gaza health ministry says at least 210 people killed in last 24 hours as Israel intensifies bombing
The health ministry also raised alarm over the spread of disease among children and the overall lack of water, food and medicine in the besieged Strip.
A United Nations report published today urged Israel to “end unlawful killings” against the Palestinian population.
French President Emmanuel Macron emphasised "the need to work towards a lasting ceasefire" in a call with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Israel continues bombing in south Gaza as Hamas issues warning over lives of hostages
Israel had urged civilians to seek refuge in the far south, but the army has kept striking targets throughout the territory.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called on Hamas to "surrender now" after his national security advisor claimed the army had killed 7,000 militants.
The Gaza health ministry has said Israeli bombardment has killed at least 18,205 people, mostly women and children.
The UN General Assembly will meet tomorrow to discuss the humanitarian crisis.
Qatar 'continuing' to try renew war truce as US sends more tank ammunition to Israel
'Deepening horror' condemned as Israel carries out attacks in Gaza's second-largest city
Israeli forces have pushed civilian populations further south in the continued conflict.
The focus of the conflict has shifted into the besieged territory's south.
Israeli troops, tanks, armoured personnel carriers and bulldozers have rolled into Khan Yunis in the south.
Dozens of people were killed and injured in heavy strikes on areas east of Khan Yunis yesterday, Hamas said.