More destruction seen in Gaza as internet restored : The Picture Show : NPR
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In Gaza, some cell phone service was restored after more than 24 hours of blackout.
As Palestinians begin to regain their ability to reach the outside world, news of the deteriorating conditions in Gaza begins to worsen.
Israel hit Hamas-ruled Gaza with more air and ground attacks overnight in an escalating military campaign as the United Nations warned that civil order was “beginning to break down”. in the besieged Palestinian territory.
As a result of the communication on Saturday, aid trucks could not cross from Egypt into Gaza from Friday. Only 80 trucks have been allowed in since the beginning of the war, which is very difficult compared to the 500 a day before the Hamas attack on October 7 on Israel.
Thousands of civilians, both Palestinian and Israeli, have died after Gaza-based Palestinian militants Hamas invaded southern Israel in an attack that sparked a war that declared Israel on Hamas with revenge bombs on Gaza.
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