Israel-Hamas War News Live Updates: First batch of foreigners leave Gaza for Egypt through Rafah crossing.
The first batch of foreigners left Gaza for Egypt today through Rafah crossing.
An Israeli strike on a crowded refugee camp in Gaza overnight drew condemnation across the Middle East and comes ahead of US secretary of state Antony Blinken’s trip to the region later this week.
The bombardment of the Jabaliya refugee camp killed and wounded hundreds of people.
According to the health ministry in the Hamas-run Gaza Strip. The Israeli military, however.
Said the refugee camp was used as a training center by Hamas, designated a terrorist group by the US, and said that the attack had killed dozens of militants.
Bolivia has said it is severing ties with Israel over its "disproportionate" attacks in Gaza. Two other Latin American countries recalled ambassadors over the mounting humanitarian crisis.
The first ambulances carrying wounded Palestinians from war-torn Gaza entered Egypt via the Rafah crossing on Wednesday, an Egyptian official said, speaking on condition of anonymity.
A list of people with foreign passports who can leave Gaza via the Rafah crossing has been agreed between Israel and Egypt and relevant embassies have been informed in advance.
The Israel Defence Force (IDF) reported that Tuesday evening its fighter jets, acting on intelligence provided by the ISA (Israeli Security Agency).