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Daily Express – In The Name of God … Save The Children
The Daily Express reports that aid charities are demanding an immediate ceasefire in the war between Israel and Hamas saying that people in Gaza have no food, sanitation or medicine during the siege.
The paper quotes rescue workers who fear up to 600 infants could be buried under rubble in Gaza. The health ministry is reported as saying it believes there are survivors under destroyed houses, but constant Israeli airstrikes make it hard to reach them.
The paper says a convoy bringing emergency supplies could enter the enclave today, from the Egyptian crossing at Rafeh, but that aid agencies insist only a proper ceasefire would allow them to establish safe routes by which to deliver enough food water and medicines.
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