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At least 67 killed in Rafah in wake of Israeli hostage rescue in Gaza

A Palestinian inspects the damage after Israeli airstrikes on February 10, 2024 in Rafah, Gaza.

Israeli bombings on Rafah continue, while the ground invasion in the south of the Gaza Strip, where some 1.4 million displaced Palestinians are refugees, is causing increasing concern.

Photo: Getty Images / Ahmad Hasaballah


Freed Israeli hostages identified as Fernando Simon Marman, 60, and Louis Hare, 70

Israel freed two Israeli-Argentinian hostages in Rafah on Monday under the cover of airstrikes, which local health officials said killed 67 Palestinians and wounded dozens in the southern Gaza city that is the last refuge of about a million displaced civilians.

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