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Israeli army continues attacks on Jabalia

Al Jazeera’s correspondent in Gaza is reporting multiple attacks on the refugee camp in north Gaza, as fighting continues to rage after Israeli army ground forces reentered the area earlier this week.

They reported that Israeli warplanes bombed the al-Qasaib neighbourhood in the Jabalia refugee camp, and said that artillery shelling and fire from helicopter gunships has been ongoing.

Casualties from these attacks are unknown at this time, but we will continue to update you on the fighting in Jabalia as information comes in.

Al-Awda Hospital has run out of drinking water: MSF

Doctors Without Borders, known by its French initials MSF, has said that after a strike on the Jabalia refugee camp in Gaza yesterday, 34 patients were admitted to the nearby al-Awda Hospital, and now, patients and medics inside have no drinking water.

“According to our colleagues in Al Awda hospital, and other locations in northern Gaza, the hospital is surrounded by tanks,” the organisation said in a post on X. Some MSF staff decided to stay in the hospital to provide care in what the organisation described as extremely difficult circumstances.

“This is one of the last functional hospitals in northern Gaza and some staff and patients are sheltering inside amid the fighting. All warring parties must ensure their protection and that of health infrastructure including hospitals,” it said.

Palestinians killed in Israeli bombing of Rafah

Gaza’s Civil Defence says that three Palestinians were killed and eight others wounded when Israeli army bombs hit a home in the Tal as-Sultan neighbourhood of the southern Gaza city.

It said that the attack hit an apartment belonging to the Khafaja family and that the survivors were taken to the Kuwaiti Hospital.

Palestinians killed and wounded in Israeli strike on Gaza City

Al Jazeera’s correspondent reports that there are several casualties, including at least one dead, from the bombing of a residential home in the Sheikh Radwan neighbourhood of Gaza City, in the north of the Strip.

The exact death toll is not known at this time.

Journalist recounts deadly Israeli attack on Nuseirat camp

Doaa Shaheen, a Palestinian journalist, spoke to Al Jazeera of her experience being buried beneath the rubble of a building at the Nuseirat refugee camp after an Israeli attack.

The bombing on Sunday killed at least 31 people.

“I constantly hear stories from survivors who were pulled from under the rubble – but this is the first time in my life that I came so close to death. My sister was lying next to me under the debris. She was crying, I was totally helpless,” Shaheen said.

“My grandmother, she’s a very old lady. She’s also deaf. She was asking me what was happening around her. She didn’t understand, the house was full of my relatives. The entire neighbourhood was levelled to the ground.”

Devastation in Nuseirat after deadly Israeli strike

Israel has intensified its air and ground attacks across the Gaza Strip – killing dozens of Palestinians in the last 24 hours. The worst strike was on the Nuseirat refugee camp in central Gaza, where at least 31 people were killed.

Al Jazeera’s Hani Mahmoud reports from the scene of the attack.

Israeli air strikes hit Gaza’s Khan Younis, Nuseirat, Jabalia

Israeli air strikes have hit a number of areas across the Gaza Strip tonight, including multiple sites in Khan Younis, in the south of the Gaza Strip, the Palestinian news agency Wafa is reporting.

Israeli air strikes also targeted Nuseirat refugee camp and Zawaida in the central Gaza Strip, as well as the Jabalia refugee camp in the north, Wafa reports. No immediate details on the number of people killed and injured in the attacks were available.

Hospitals and other emergency services that usually report on deaths and injuries have been struggling to continue operations after Israel last week blocked land routes used to deliver fuel to run generators, months after cutting off all electricity supply.

Smoke billows after an Israeli strike on Jabalia, as seen from Beit Lahia, in the northern Gaza Strip on Sunday