UNICEF reports more than 100,000 Palestinians have fled Rafah

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UNICEF reports more than 100,000 Palestinians have fled Rafah

UNICEF: More than 100,000 Palestinians have fled from Rafah

The United Nations announced today, Friday, May 10, that over one hundred thousand Palestinians have fled from Rafah, the second largest city in Gaza and its surroundings, and this southern city of Gaza is still at risk of a full-scale Israeli ground invasion.

The news was announced by the senior emergency coordinator of UNICEF in the Gaza Strip in a press conference in Geneva via a video conference from Rafah.

Many people around the world and countries, including the United States, fear that a full-scale Israeli army ground attack on Rafah will make the humanitarian situation in the narrow Gaza Strip even more dire than it already is.

Israel had previously declared southern Gaza as safe and had asked residents of the northern strip to move to the designated safe areas in the south.


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