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Israel’s attacks in Rafah continue despite ICJ ruling

 Israel’s attacks in Rafah continue despite ICJ ruling

 Israeli strikes are continuing across the Gaza strip, including in Rafah.
That's the main city in the south, where hundreds of thousands of displaced Palestinians have been sheltering.

 The UN's top court has ruled Israel should stop its offensive in the city.
The International Court of Justice also ordered Israel to open the Rafah border crossing to allow in aid.

 That's as hospitals are running out supplies.
Shelling and gunfire has also been reported near the Kuwaiti hospital in Rafah and missiles have hit the crowded al-Shaboura refugee camp.

 Al Jazeera’s Hani Mahmoud has the latest from Deir el-Balah in central Gaza.

Maha Hussaini, strategy director of Euro-Med Human Rights Monitor, says the ICJ decision is an important and crucial step the world has awaited for decades, not just since the beginning of “the genocide” that started on October 7.

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