Hamsa officials say Israel strike kills 110 as Gaza ceasefire calls grow

Hamas health officials say at least 110 Palestinians have been killed in Israeli airstrikes in Jabalia in northern Gaza

There’s been no specific comment from Israel, which insists it is targeting what it calls terrorist infrastructure

Jabalia, part of which is a long-standing refugee camp, is in the north of Gaza – an area where, since the early days of the war, Israel has warned people to leave

US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin is expected to meet Israeli officials today, as the UK, France and Germany step up global calls for a ceasefire

At the UN Security Council, the US is said to be seeking to tone down the words of a new draft resolution calling for a cessation of hostilities

Hamas broke through Israel’s heavily guarded perimeter on 7 October, killing 1,200 people and taking 240 hostages – some of whom were released during a brief truce

The health ministry in Gaza, being run by Hamas, says more than 18,700 people have been killed and 50,000 injured in the enclave since the start of the Gaza war

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