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Death toll in Gaza has risen to 192

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Death toll in Gaza
At least 42 people were killed in an Israeli airstrike on Sunday, May 16 in Gaza, Palestine. Hundreds were injured. Also two residential buildings have been demolished.

Israel has resumed rocket and bombing attacks on Gaza following Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's statement that "the Israeli army will continue its campaign against Hamas until to see the last step of it."

Earlier, Netanyahu said, "We have not committed any crime. Those who continue to attack us are responsible for all the guilt."

On Saturday, Israeli troops demolished a 12-story building belonging to the US Associated Press and Al Jazeera in Gaza.

Despite strong criticism, Netanyahu said, "The campaign is still going on. The campaign will continue as long as it is needed. We are not deliberately targeting civilians like Hamas. On the contrary, I am directly attacking the terrorists by avoiding the innocent citizens."

The house of Yahya al-Sinwar, the head of Hamas in Gaza, was reportedly attacked.

The attack, which began on Monday, May 10, killed at least 192 people in Gaza, including 58 children and 34 women.

It is also reported that 10 people, including two Israeli children, were killed in the Palestinian attack.

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