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Israel-Hamas war rages as Gaza humanitarian crisis continues

Gaza humanitarian crisis
FILE - Palestinian women walk by buildings destroyed in Israeli airstrikes in Nuseirat camp in the central Gaza Strip, Monday, Oct. 16, 2023. The need to bear witness, the journalists said, came after a week of intense focus on the attacks in Israel, where news media have been working freely. News organizations are conscious of the need to show that there is suffering on both sides.photo credit; (AP Photo/Hatem Moussa, File)
  • Around 700 people requested to be evacuated from Gaza to Turkey, Turkish Foreign Ministry says
  • From CNN’s Hande Atay Alam,
  • Rafah crossing not expected to open Friday for vital Gaza aid, sources tell CNN.
  • The Gaza death toll continues to rise. Here’s what you should know.
  • Authorities are still preparing for Rafah Crossing opening.
  • 1 person dead near Israel-Lebanon border after “significant exchange of fire,” UNIFIL says.
  • Israel’s credit rating could possibly be downgraded due to the war with Hamas, Moody’s warns.
  • At least 18 Ukrainians killed in Hamas attack on Israel, embassy says.
  • Israeli airstrike in central Gaza kills at least 10 people, according to hospital officials.
  • At least 21 journalists have been killed during the Israel-Hamas war, Committee to Protect Journalists says.
  • CNN visits destroyed home of Carmela Dan, 80-year-old Israeli-American woman killed by Hamas.
  • Take a closer look at the Rafah crossing, which is set to open Friday to provide Gaza with aid.
  • UN warns of “increasingly dire conditions” in Gaza amid electricity blackout and shortages of food and water.

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