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Israel-Hamas war live: Latest news on the Gaza humanitarian crisis, Israel’s ground operation

Israel told the lead U.N. agency in Gaza that it will allow 60,000 liters of fuel a day to enter the Strip from Egypt, starting Saturday, according to the U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. The deliveries should help to increase access to food, water, sanitation and health care; however, that amount of fuel would meet only about 37 percent of the need, OCHA said. Approximately 10,000 additional liters are expected to go to telecommunications company Paltel to limit further blackouts. There are indications Israel’s ground operation may move into southern Gaza, after it began dropping leaflets near the southern city of Khan Younis, warning residents that anyone who is close to militants or their positions is “putting their life in danger.” But it was unclear where Palestinians in the south, many of whom had heeded Israel’s directive to evacuate from the north, could go, given that all border crossings out of Gaza are closed.

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