Gaza humanitarian crisis

Disaster strikes: An epidemic spreads rapidly among children

All infrastructure in the region, including the health system, collapsed due to Israeli attacks, Anadolia reports.
Palestinians, who had to leave their homes and seek refuge in camps in the south due to Israeli attacks, are trying to survive without almost all basic needs.
The cause of many epidemic diseases is lack of food and means of hygiene, as well as dirty water.

Israeli strikes continue in Gaza as UN Security Council demands 'urgent' aid

The U.N. Security Council on Friday demanded aid be rushed to Gaza "at scale" as the head of the World Health Organization warned of a looming famine in the besieged Palestinian territory.

As Israeli bombs rained down on targets across Gaza, members of the U.N.'s top peacemaking council demanded "immediate, safe and unhindered" deliveries of life-saving aid.

Northern Gaza left without functional hospital: WHO

The northern Gaza were left without a functional hospital due to a lack of fuel, staff, and supplies, a senior official from the World Health Organization stated.

"There are actually no functional hospitals left in the north," Richard Peeperkorn, the WHO representative in Gaza, said in an online press conference thursday.

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