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Gaza death toll rises as Israeli offensive shifts south

The Health Ministry in Gaza said the overall death toll in Gaza since the Oct. 7 start of the war had surpassed 15,200.
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Palestinians flee from east to west of Khan Younis, Gaza Strip, during the ongoing Israeli bombardment, Saturday, Dec. 2.
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Palestinians flee from east to west of Khan Younis, Gaza Strip, during the ongoing Israeli bombardment, Saturday, Dec. 2.
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Palestinians flee from east to west of Khan Younis, Gaza Strip, during the ongoing Israeli bombardment, Saturday, Dec. 2.
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Relatives and friends of hostages held in the Gaza Strip by the Hamas militant group call for their release in the Hostages Square at the Museum of Art in Tel Aviv, Israel, Saturday Dec. 2.
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Relatives and friends of hostages held in the Gaza Strip by the Hamas militant group call for their release in the Hostages Square at the Museum of Art in Tel Aviv, Israel, Saturday Dec. 2.
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Relatives and friends of hostages held in the Gaza Strip by the Hamas militant group call for their release in the Hostages Square at the Museum of Art in Tel Aviv, Israel, Saturday Dec. 2.
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Relatives and friends of hostages held in the Gaza Strip by the Hamas militant group call for their release in the Hostages Square at the Museum of Art in Tel Aviv, Israel, Saturday Dec. 2.
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Irena Tati holds a picture of her grandson, Alexander, held by Hamas in Gaza, during a demonstration to call for the release of hostages in the Hostages Square at the Museum of Art in Tel Aviv, Israel, Saturday Dec. 2. Troufanov, 28, was kidnapped from his parents' home in Kibbutz Nir Oz on Oct. 7 alongside his girlfriend, his mother, and his grandmother. Irene and Alexander's mother Lena Troufanov were recently released by Hamas during an exchange of Palestinian prisoners for hostages.
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Relatives and friends of hostages held in the Gaza Strip by the Hamas militant group call for their release in the Hostages Square at the Museum of Art in Tel Aviv, Israel, Saturday Dec. 2.

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