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Bombings in refugee camps leave 64 dead in the Gaza Strip
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The Gaza strip witnessed another outbreak of violence in the early hours of today (22), resulting in the deaths of at least 64 people, including women and children, due to ongoing airstrikes near refugee camps. The crisis hhumanitarian problems in the region, devastated by years of conflict, are being worsened by accusations of attacks of the Israeli military.


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People crying next to the victims killed in the conflict in Gaza. (Photo: reproduction/Omar AL OMAR ALL QATTA/AFP via Getty Images Embed)

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The bombings took place in several locations close to the Jabaliya and Rafah refugee camps, two of the most populated areas in Gaza. Reports are of scenes of chaos and despair, with residents rushing to rescue survivors from rubble and ambulances struggling to reach affected areas due to damaged streets.

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Israel's military response and justifications

The Gaza Ministry of Health confirmed the deaths and reported that at least 150 people have been injured so far, many of them in critical condition. The attacks are part of an escalation of violence between Israel and Palestinian militant groups, which has increased dramatically in recent weeks. The Israeli government justified the military operations as a response to rocket launches from Gaza, which hit several cities in the south of Israel, causing material damage but without fatalities.

Humanitarian efforts and uncertain future of civilians in Gaza

Local and international humanitarian organizations are struggling to scale up relief efforts, but are facing enormous logistical and security challenges. The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has requested unrestricted access to affected areas to provide aid to victims and support rescue operations. Meanwhile, the population in Gaza faces an uncertain future. The situation in the country remains unpredictable, with the risk of a new attack that could further worsen the humanitarian crisis. The international community continues to closely monitor the situation, looking for new ways for a peaceful resolution between the parties involved so that they can bring some relief to the thousands of people affected by the conflict.

Featured Photo: People inspect the damage near a building destroyed during the Israeli bombing of the refugee camp in Gaza City. (Photo: reproduction/OMAR AL-QATTAA/AFP/Getty Images Embed)

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