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Gaza medics killed, Netanyahu blames Iran, Israel restores water amid conflict.

The World Health Organization (WHO) chief, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, praised the evacuation of 21 children with cancer from Gaza. This was the first evacuation since Israel closed the Rafah crossing in May. The evacuation, coordinated with three American charities, aimed to get medical help for these children. Tedros urged for more evacuations through various routes to places like Egypt and the West Bank for other patients in need.

In Gaza City’s Shujayea neighborhood, residents faced a surprise attack by Israeli ground forces. Soldiers and tanks entered from different directions, forcing civilians to evacuate immediately. This marked the third operation by Israeli forces since October to clear out Palestinian fighters. Despite these raids, Hamas continues to operate in Gaza, using tactics that exploit weaknesses in Israel’s military strategy.

The situation escalated with Palestinian armed groups launching attacks on Israeli forces using explosives and rockets. In response, Israel intensified its military actions, leading to casualties and injuries among civilians in Gaza. Additionally, Israeli forces arrested four Palestinian brothers in Tulkarem, West Bank, after raiding their home.

Meanwhile, Israeli warplanes carried out airstrikes in southern Lebanon, targeting what they described as military structures linked to Hezbollah. This operation further heightened tensions in the region amid ongoing conflicts.

Recent developments include Israeli military attacks in Deir el-Balah, central Gaza, resulting in casualties, and the possible removal of a $230 million aid pier off Gaza’s coast due to rough sea conditions. Internationally, the U.S. presidential debate featured discussions on Israel’s actions in Gaza, with contrasting views from candidates.

Israeli military veterans from Breaking the Silence, an advocacy group, condemned the mistreatment of Palestinian civilians by Israeli forces. They highlighted incidents like soldiers tying an injured Palestinian to a military vehicle, reflecting a disturbing trend of dehumanization in occupied territories.

These events underscore the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Gaza and the broader implications for regional stability and international relations amidst escalating violence.

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