Gaza’s hospitals on brink of collapse, as airstrikes intensify

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Hospitals in Gaza are on the verge of collapse without electricity and basic medical supplies as they are surrounded by heavy fighting. There have been more than 100 attacks on health care facilities since the war began according to the UN agency for Palestinian refugees. 160 health workers have been killed during the conflict the World Health Organisation has reported.

A Doctors Without Borders staff member died on Monday along with several members of his family in a bombing at in his home at the Al Shati refugee camp. The Medical Charity released a statement saying they were mourning the loss of their laboratory technician. 



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