Israel-Hamas war LIVE: IDF carry out second ground raid into Gaza in as many days as EU calls for ‘humanitarian pause’ to allow aid in

More than 480 people killed by Israeli airstrikes on Gaza overnight, Hamas-run health ministry says

At least 481 people have been killed in Gaza by Israel airstrikes, according to the Hamas-run health ministry.

A total of 7,028 Palestinians have been killed in just three weeks, the authority has said.

PICTURED: Fires rage and buildings are razed to the ground by Israeli airstrikes on Gaza City

Israel’s Defence Forces carry out second overnight ground raid on Hamas targets in Gaza

Good morning and welcome to today’s live blog

Follow along for live updates as the Israel-Palestine war enters its 21st day.

Here is what happened yesterday and overnight:

  • Israel’s army says its ground forces backed by fighter jets and drones carried out a ‘targeted raid’ in Gaza.
  • A Hamas spokesman stormed out of a BBC interview after being asked how the terrorists justified the killing of Israeli families on October 7.
  • Two Iranian-controlled sites in eastern Syria were hit by US airstrikes in retaliation for attacks on American bases in Syria and Iraq.
  • Iran’s Foreign Minister said at the UN that if Israel’s offensive against Hamas does not end it will ‘not be spared from this fire’.
  • EU leaders have demanded ‘humanitarian corridors and pauses’ as Israel continues to bombard Gaza with airstrikes.


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