More than 400 foreign nationals and injured leave Gaza as border finally opens

More than 400 people have left Gaza as the Rafah crossing to Egypt opens to civilians for the first time since the war began.
335 foreign passport holders and 76 injured Gazans have been able to leave so far, Palestinian officials have said.
It comes as Israel announced 15 of its soldiers have been killed in its Gaza operation since Tuesday.
In Gaza, phone and internet services are completely cut, the provider Paltel revealed.
Israel has been bombing Gaza since the 7 October Hamas attacks that killed 1,400 people with 239 people kidnapped as hostages.
The Hamas-run health ministry in Gaza says more than 8,700 people have been killed since Israel’s retaliatory bombing began.

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