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UN: 450,000 people have fled Rafah

  • Approximately 450,000 Palestinians were displaced from Rafah in Gaza's south in the past week, reported by the United Nations' agency for Palestinian refugees. This displacement was a result of Israel pushing into the city, claiming it as the last Hamas stronghold.
  • The U.N. Agency for Palestinian refugees stated that nearly 450,000 individuals have fled from Rafah in southern Gaza since Israel's incursion last week, highlighting the dire conditions faced by people including exhaustion, hunger, and fear. Calls for an immediate ceasefire were made.
  • An additional 100,000 people were displaced in northern Gaza, bringing the total number of displaced individuals to nearly a quarter of Gaza's population. Humanitarian organizations are struggling to provide necessary supplies to those affected.
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