Israeli forces killed dozens of Palestinian gunmen in Gaza’s Khan Younis: Military

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Israeli forces killed dozens of Palestinian gunmen in Gaza’s southern hub city of Khan Younis over the last 24 hours, the military said on Tuesday, adding that operations included an air strike on a Hamas arms cache that set off secondary explosions.

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Four months of relentless fighting have flattened much of the Palestinian territory, pushed 2.2 million people to the brink of famine and displaced three-quarters of the population, according to UN estimates.

“How many of us have to die... to stop these crimes?” Ahmad Moghrabi, said a Palestinian doctor in southern Gaza’s main city, Khan Younis.

“Where is the humanity?”

Global powers trying to navigate a way out of the spiraling crisis have so far come up short, with a push later Tuesday for a UN ceasefire resolution facing an expected US veto.

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