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Israeli drone strikes kill 7 more Palestinians in West Bank

Israel has killed 7 Palestinians in drone strikes on the occupied West Bank.

3 of the victims were killed in a vehicle near the Balata camp, east of the city of Nablus.

The other four were killed in the camp of Tulkarm, where infrastructure was destroyed.

The Palestine Red Crescent Society said in a statement it could not “transport four martyrs from inside Tulkarm camp due to the occupation’s bombardment.” It said two of its ambulance workers were wounded by Israeli fire as they tried to reach the victims.

The Israeli military on Wednesday confirmed one of its soldiers was “seriously wounded” in clashes in Tulkarm.

Residents say Israeli troops are going from house to house, sometimes even blowing up doors to enter. In occupied East al-Quds, Israeli troops have set up new checkpoints.

Since the onset of Israel’s genocidal campaign in Gaza in early October, troops and settlers have staged indiscriminate attacks on the Palestinians in the West Bank. The regime has killed 360 people and abducted many more in that region.

The regime has shifted its focus from Gaza’s devastated north to the southern cities of Rafah and Khan Yunis lately.

The total death toll has passed the 24,000 mark. Communications and internet services are completely cut off in wide areas of the Gaza Strip.

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