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Amid Biden-Netanyahu talks, Israeli airstrikes claim 20 Palestinian lives in Rafah, central Gaza

Amid escalating Israeli airstrikes, 20 Palestinians were killed in Rafah and central Gaza. President Biden engaged Prime Minister Netanyahu, expressing concerns over a potential invasion. The UN warned of imminent famine in Gaza, with 70% facing catastrophic hunger. Diplomatic efforts intensify amidst the crisis.

Amid Biden-Netanyahu talks, Israeli airstrikes claim 20 Palestinian lives in Rafah, central Gaza Image Source

Israeli airstrikes have intensified the ongoing conflict in Gaza, resulting in the deaths of at least 20 Palestinians in Rafah and central Gaza. The airstrikes targeted various locations, including residential areas and a refugee camp, exacerbating the humanitarian crisis in the region. Amidst the escalating violence, President Joe Biden and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held talks to address the situation.

The airstrikes in Rafah and central Gaza have caused widespread devastation, with reports of multiple casualties and significant damage to infrastructure. Health officials in Gaza confirmed the deaths of 20 Palestinians, including civilians, in the airstrikes. The attacks targeted residential buildings and a refugee camp, raising concerns about the safety of civilians in the conflict zone.

As the violence escalated, President Biden and Prime Minister Netanyahu engaged in discussions to address the crisis. The talks, held amid mounting international pressure to de-escalate the situation, focused on finding a diplomatic solution to the conflict. Biden expressed deep concern about the loss of civilian lives and emphasized the need for restraint in military operations.

The airstrikes come amid heightened tensions between Israel and Hamas, the militant group that governs the Gaza Strip. The conflict, which has been ongoing for months, has resulted in a significant loss of life and widespread destruction in Gaza. The latest airstrikes have further strained efforts to reach a ceasefire agreement and have raised fears of a further escalation of violence.

The United Nations and other international organizations have warned of the dire humanitarian situation in Gaza, where millions of people are in urgent need of assistance. The airstrikes have compounded the suffering of civilians already struggling to access necessities such as food, water, and medical supplies. The UN has called for an immediate cessation of hostilities to allow humanitarian aid to reach those in need.

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Meanwhile, the Biden administration has reiterated its commitment to supporting Israel's right to self-defense while also urging restraint to prevent further civilian casualties. The United States has called for a ceasefire and a return to negotiations to resolve the underlying issues fueling the conflict. However, finding a lasting solution remains a significant challenge amid deep-rooted political and territorial disputes in the region.

As the violence continues to escalate, the international community is faced with the urgent task of finding a peaceful resolution to the conflict. The lives of millions of people in Gaza hang in the balance, and swift action is needed to prevent further loss of life and alleviate the suffering of those affected by the violence.

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