The Hamas-run health ministry said at least 50 people were killed Tuesday in Israeli bombardment of the Jabalia refugee camp in northern Gaza. Israel's military confirmed the strike targeted a key Hamas commander linked to the October 7 attack. Also on Tuesday, France's foreign ministry said two French children have died in the Gaza Strip and reiterated its call for a humanitarian pause in the fighting between Israel and Hamas. Follow our live blog for the latest updates.
An Israeli air strike on a densely populated refugee camp in Gaza has killed dozens of people and sparked widespread carnage.
The Israeli Defence Forces says those killed were terrorists, including a senior Hamas leader, while health officials on the ground claim most were civilians.
Meanwhile, the father of a young woman whose remains were found at the site of the 7 October massacre at a music festival has spoken of his heartache.
And elsewhere, the United States has expressed concern at escalating attacks on its troops throughout the Middle East.
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Israel bombs massive refugee camp
An Israeli air strike on Gaza’s largest refugee has killed at least 50 people, with rescuer workers combing through the rubble of multiple severely damaged buildings.
Photos from the scene show whole neighbourhoods decimated and large craters filled with debris, as well as rows of body bags lining the streets.
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