More than 300 thousand people flee the Gaza Strip; Israeli bombings continue

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In just five days the conflict between Israel and Hamas has left more than 338 thousand people have been forced to leave their homes in the Gaza StripThe UN reported today. The organization had warned that the main victims of the war would be civilians of both nations.

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While Israel maintains its intense bombings against the Palestinian enclave where, they say, the Hamas militias are concentrated.

The number of displaced people in that densely populated territory of 2.3 million inhabitants "rose by 75,000 people and reached 338,934" by Wednesday night, the United Nations humanitarian agency, OCHA, indicated in an update of figures.

Israel's counterattack on Palestine has devastated inhabited areas until five days ago. The towns that are still inhabited are beginning to suffer from a lack of food and water, as well as blackouts.

Much of Gaza City has been reduced to rubble, local media warned. Rescuers and citizens remain in the area in search of survivors.

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With information from AFP.


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