Israeli strikes kill dozens in Rafah as raid rescues two hostages

Israel says two male Israeli hostages have been rescued in Rafah, as Israeli air strikes hit the southern Gazan city

The Israeli military says Fernando Simon Marman, 60, and Louis Har, 70, are in “good medical condition”

Israel says there was “aerial coverage and a wave of strikes” to accompany the hostage raid

A spokesman for the Hamas-run health ministry says at least 67 Palestinians were killed in the strikes

It follows warnings from the international community over Israel’s planned offensive in the city, where 1.5 million people are sheltering

Israel launched its operations in Gaza after more than 1,200 people were killed on 7 October by Hamas, who also took 253 people hostage

The Hamas-run health ministry in Gaza says more than 28,100 Palestinians have been killed and more than 67,500 injured since then

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