Palestinians searching for survivors following yesterday's Israeli airstrike in the Jabalia refugee camp north of Gaza City
Gaza’s Jabalia refugee camp has been hit again, less than 24 hours after Israeli air strikes killed dozens and sparked widespread condemnation.
Anadolu news agency said Egyptian ambulances started entering Gaza on Wednesday morning through Rafah border crossing that opened for first time since October 7, in preparation to transport critically injured Palestinian patients for treatment in Egyptian hospitals.
Some foreign nationals or dual passport holders have also been allowed to leave through the crossing.
Meanwhile, Palestinian telecommunications company Paltel has said communications and internet services have been cut across Gaza again.
The number of people killed in Israeli attacks on Gaza has gone up to 8,796, including 3,648 children and 2,290 women.