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2 hostages rescued as Gaza raid kills at least 67 Palestinians

WARNING: Graphic content. Israeli forces rescued two hostages early Monday, storming a heavily guarded apartment in a densely packed town in the Gaza Strip as airstrikes carried out to cover the raid killed more than 60 Palestinians, including women and children.
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Israeli forces rescued two hostages after storming a heavily guarded apartment in a densely packed town in the Gaza Strip and extracting them under fire.Local officials say at least 67 Palestinians were killed in the operation early Monday, most of them in airstrikes.
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ISRAELI ARMY VIA AP

Hostage Luis Har, center, is hugged by relatives after being rescued from captivity in the Gaza Strip, at the Sheba Medical Center in Ramat Gan, Israel, Monday, Feb. 12. Israeli forces rescued two hostages early Monday, storming a heavily guarded apartment in the Gaza Strip and extracting the captives under fire in a dramatic raid that was a small but symbolically significant success for Israel. Marman was taken hostage by Hamas in cross-border raid in October last year.
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ISRAELI ARMY VIA AP

Hostage Luis Har, left, is hugged by relatives after being rescued from captivity in the Gaza Strip, at the Sheba Medical Center in Ramat Gan, Israel, Monday, Feb. 12. Israeli forces rescued two hostages early Monday, storming a heavily guarded apartment in the Gaza Strip and extracting the captives under fire in a dramatic raid that was a small but symbolically significant success for Israel. Marman was taken hostage by Hamas in cross-border attack in October last year.
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ISRAELI ARMY VIA AP

Hostage Fernando Simon Marman, right, hugs a relative after being rescued from captivity in the Gaza Strip, at the Sheba Medical Center in Ramat Gan, Israel, Monday, Feb. 12. Israeli forces rescued two hostages early Monday, storming a heavily guarded apartment in the Gaza Strip and extracting the captives under fire in a dramatic raid that was a small but symbolically significant success for Israel. Marman was taken hostage by Hamas in cross-border attack in October last year.
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ASSOCIATED PRESS

People walk toward the Nitzana border crossing with Egypt in southern, Israel, Monday, Feb. 12, protesting against the humanitarian aid to enter Gaza until all the hostages are released.
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ASSOCIATED PRESS

A picture of rescued hostage Louis Har hangs on a wall in Tel Aviv, Israel, Monday, Feb. 12. The Israeli military has rescued two hostages from captivity in the Gaza Strip. It identified them as Fernando Simon Marman and Louis Har. It says both men were kidnapped by Hamas militants from Kibbutz Nir Yizhak in the Oct. 7 cross-border attackd by Hamas' Oct. 7 attack into Israel.
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Palestinians mourn a baby killed in the Israeli bombardment of the Gaza Strip at a hospital morgue in Rafah, Monday, Feb. 12. The Israeli military said early Monday that it had rescued two hostages from captivity in the Gaza Strip. The operation, which was accompanied by airstrikes, killed dozens of Palestinians, according to local health officials.
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Palestinians mourn a baby killed in the Israeli bombardment of the Gaza Strip at a hospital morgue in Rafah, Monday, Feb. 12. The Israeli military said early Monday that it had rescued two hostages from captivity in the Gaza Strip. The operation, which was accompanied by airstrikes, killed dozens of Palestinians, according to local health officials.
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Palestinians mourn relatives killed in the Israeli bombardment of the Gaza Strip at a hospital morgue in Rafah, Monday, Feb. 12. The Israeli military said early Monday that it had rescued the two hostages from captivity in the Gaza Strip. The operation, which was accompanied by airstrikes, killed dozens of Palestinians, according to local health officials.
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Palestinians mourn relatives killed in the Israeli bombardment of the Gaza Strip at a hospital morgue in Rafah, Monday, Feb. 12. The Israeli military said early Monday that it had rescued the two hostages from captivity in the Gaza Strip. The operation, which was accompanied by airstrikes, killed dozens of Palestinians, according to local health officials.
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Palestinians inspect the damage to residential buildings where two Israeli hostages were reportedly held before being rescued during an operation by Israeli security forces in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, Monday, Feb. 12. The Israeli military said early Monday that it had rescued the two hostages from captivity in the Gaza Strip. The operation, which was accompanied by airstrikes, killed dozens of Palestinians, according to local health officials.
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Palestinians inspect the damage to residential buildings where two Israeli hostages were reportedly held before being rescued during an operation by Israeli security forces in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, Monday, Feb. 12. The Israeli military said early Monday that it had rescued the two hostages from captivity in the Gaza Strip. The operation, which was accompanied by airstrikes, killed dozens of Palestinians, according to local health officials.
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Palestinians mourn a child killed in the Israeli bombardment of the Gaza Strip at a hospital morgue in Rafah, Monday, Feb. 12.
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Palestinians sit by the destruction from the Israeli bombardment of the Gaza Strip in Rafah on Monday, Feb. 12.
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HOSTAGES AND MISSING FAMILIES FORUM VIA AP

This image provided by Hostages and Missing Families Forum shows Louis Har. The Israeli military said it rescued Louis Har and another hostage from captivity in the Gaza Strip early Monday, Feb. 12, marking a small but symbolically significant success in its quest to bring home over 100 captives believed to be held by the Hamas militant group.
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HOSTAGES AND MISSING FAMILIES FORUM VIA AP

This image provided by Hostages and Missing Families Forum shows Fernando Simon Marman. The Israeli military said it rescued Fernando Simon Marman and another hostage from captivity in the Gaza Strip early Monday, Feb. 12, marking a small but symbolically significant success in its quest to bring home over 100 captives believed to be held by the Hamas militant group.

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