‘Unprecedented’ food crisis in Gaza – UN experts

UN rights experts say “every single person in Gaza is hungry” as Israel continues to bomb, besiege and block aid to the territory.

At least 23 Palestinians have been killed in Gaza’s Khan Younis as Israeli attacks levelled dozens of residential homes and damaged the Nasser and Al-Amal Hospitals, the Wafa news agency reports.
Qatar says it has brokered a deal to bring medicines and other aid into Gaza in exchange for the provision of medicine to Israeli captives held in the enclave. The White House says the US has been involved in “serious” talks on captives in Doha.

At least 24,285 people have been killed and more than 61,154 wounded in Israeli attacks on Gaza since October 7. The death toll in Israel from the October 7 Hamas attack stands at 1,139.

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