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An Israeli strike in Gaza's displacement camp killed at least 21 people, leading to an emergency UN Security Council session.

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U.N. Security Council to hold emergency meeting on deadly Rafah airstrike

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday, May 27, that a “tragic mishap” was made in an Israeli strike in the southern Gaza city of Rafah that set fire to a camp housing displaced Palestinians and, according to local officials, killed at least 45 people.

An Israeli strike in Gaza’s displacement camp killed at least 21 people, leading to an emergency U.N. Security Council session. Algeria proposed a resolution to halt Israel’s offensive in Rafah and secure an immediate ceasefire at the Security Council.

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