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Robert Greenall - BBC News,

The UN children's agency Unicef has told the BBC a convoy carrying aid was denied entry to northern Gaza, despite having all the necessary documents, adding that this is a common occurrence.

Julian Borger - The Guardian,

More ‘grave violations’ committed in occupied territories and Israel than anywhere else in world, report says.

Mohammed Salem - Reuters,

Thirteen-year-old Palestinian Hadeel Madi has many dreams, she said, and worked hard at school so she could study abroad. But after eight months of war in Gaza it is basic challenges like finding water that occupy her mind.


Israel’s forced starvation has caused the deaths of two more children in central Gaza where conditions have been made worse by Israel’s closure of the Rafah crossing, further limiting aid and trapping sick and injured Palestinians.

Al Jazeera,

As an Israeli ground assault on Gaza’s last ‘safe zone’ looms, two children in Rafah brace for it.

Rob Schmitz, Anas Baba, Greg Dixon - NPR,

As Israel's war against Hamas continues, children in Gaza are suffering. According to the United Nations, more than 25,000 children have been killed or injured since October. That's one child every ten minutes. We hear about one of those children, a twelve year-old boy injured in Gaza.

Vivian Yee, Bilal Shbair - The New York Times,

The United Nations says famine is likely to set in by May. For those living under Israel’s attacks and a crippling blockade, every day is a race against time.

Christy Cooney - BBC News,

The UN's top court has ordered Israel to enable the unhindered flow of aid into Gaza in order to avert a famine.

Jason Burke - The Guardian,

An aid official who travelled the length of Gaza this week has described scenes of “utter annihilation”, with “nothing left” of what were once thriving and crowded cities in the territory. “The depth of the horror surpasses our ability to describe it,” said James Elder, a spokesperson with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF).

Al Jazeera,

A Palestinian boy has been talking about living on his own in Gaza after his mother had to leave with his injured sister. UNICEF says there are thousands of unaccompanied children in Gaza after five months of Israel’s war.