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Wounded people in northern Gaza, but there are no paramedics

With the continued bombing of the Gaza Strip, the Palestinian Arab Health Spokesman reported today, Thursday, that…
Paramedics cannot reach hospitals in northern Gaza. The Al Arabiya correspondent also reported that ambulance and civil defense crews cannot reach the wounded in northern Gaza due to the continuous bombing and intense clashes.
Today, Thursday, Palestinian Radio announced that 20 people, including children, were killed in an Israeli bombing of a house in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip.
The radio also reported that eight people were killed in a raid launched by Israeli aircraft on a house in the Al-Mashroua area, west of Khan Yunis, in the southern Gaza Strip.
Earlier today, Palestinian media reported that an Israeli bombing of homes in Khan Yunis resulted in deaths and injuries.
Dozens of people were also killed and others were injured as a result of an Israeli bombing that targeted a house in the Al-Sabra neighborhood in Gaza City.
It is noteworthy that the humanitarian truce in the Gaza Strip had ended, which led to the worsening of the difficult conditions, and the Palestinian casualties rose to more than 16,200 victims.
Hamas also accused Israel of not fulfilling its obligations regarding the exchange of prisoners and detainees, stressing that it respected its pledges on the issue of women and children.
The movement announced that entering into new exchange negotiations “is subject to a complete cessation of the aggression against the Gaza Strip.”

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