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Aries Horoscope

May 21, 2024… Your ability to communicate today will likely be at a high. You could have lots of power to create change. If you’ve been hesitating to pursue something that you need or want, your ability to effectively communicate your wants and needs is spot on. Let your passions inspire you, and then get to work, Aries. Being confident in your words and actions will move you forward and help you reach your goals. Go forth and show your strength and ability.

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UN Drops Casualty Counts by Nearly 50%

(UnitedVoice.com) – There’s no denying that Israel has killed a lot of civilians in its war against Hamas. Since the beginning, experts have questioned the number of dead being released by the Gaza Health Ministry because Hamas runs it. Now, the United Nations has slashed the casualty count in half for women and children.

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has revised the number of Palestinian casualties. On May 6, the organization released its updated count of casualties in the conflict. According to the numbers, 34,735 Palestinians have died in the war, including approximately 9,500 women and 14,500 children.

Two days later, on May 8, OCHA revised those numbers. The total number of Palestinians killed was still at 34,000, but the number of women was reduced to 4,959 and kids to 7,797. That’s about a 50% difference in the number of dead women and children.

Reuters reported that Farhan Haq, a UN spokesperson, discussed the change in casualties after Israel criticized the international body. He said that only 24,686 of the bodies recovered in Gaza have been “fully identified.” He explained the “process of fully identifying details of the casualties is ongoing.”

Oren Marmorstein, a spokesperson for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, accused the UN of “parroting” propaganda fed to them by Hamas. He said the verification process is flawed.

Critics have repeatedly accused Israel of carrying out a genocide against the Palestinian people because the casualty count for women and children was significantly higher than that of men. The Israeli government has long maintained the numbers were incorrect. Further, the country has accused Hamas terrorists of hiding among vulnerable populations and using them as human shields. The number of civilian casualties is still extremely high, but the Israeli government has made it clear they will continue fighting until their hostages are home and Hamas has been eradicated.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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UN Drops Casualty Counts by Nearly 50%

(UnitedVoice.com) – There’s no denying that Israel has killed a lot of civilians in its war against Hamas. Since the beginning, experts have questioned the number of dead being released by the Gaza Health Ministry because Hamas runs it. Now, the United Nations has slashed the casualty count in half for women and children.

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has revised the number of Palestinian casualties. On May 6, the organization released its updated count of casualties in the conflict. According to the numbers, 34,735 Palestinians have died in the war, including approximately 9,500 women and 14,500 children.

Two days later, on May 8, OCHA revised those numbers. The total number of Palestinians killed was still at 34,000, but the number of women was reduced to 4,959 and kids to 7,797. That’s about a 50% difference in the number of dead women and children.

Reuters reported that Farhan Haq, a UN spokesperson, discussed the change in casualties after Israel criticized the international body. He said that only 24,686 of the bodies recovered in Gaza have been “fully identified.” He explained the “process of fully identifying details of the casualties is ongoing.”

Oren Marmorstein, a spokesperson for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, accused the UN of “parroting” propaganda fed to them by Hamas. He said the verification process is flawed.

Critics have repeatedly accused Israel of carrying out a genocide against the Palestinian people because the casualty count for women and children was significantly higher than that of men. The Israeli government has long maintained the numbers were incorrect. Further, the country has accused Hamas terrorists of hiding among vulnerable populations and using them as human shields. The number of civilian casualties is still extremely high, but the Israeli government has made it clear they will continue fighting until their hostages are home and Hamas has been eradicated.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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UN Drops Casualty Counts by Nearly 50%

(UnitedVoice.com) – There’s no denying that Israel has killed a lot of civilians in its war against Hamas. Since the beginning, experts have questioned the number of dead being released by the Gaza Health Ministry because Hamas runs it. Now, the United Nations has slashed the casualty count in half for women and children.

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has revised the number of Palestinian casualties. On May 6, the organization released its updated count of casualties in the conflict. According to the numbers, 34,735 Palestinians have died in the war, including approximately 9,500 women and 14,500 children.

Two days later, on May 8, OCHA revised those numbers. The total number of Palestinians killed was still at 34,000, but the number of women was reduced to 4,959 and kids to 7,797. That’s about a 50% difference in the number of dead women and children.

Reuters reported that Farhan Haq, a UN spokesperson, discussed the change in casualties after Israel criticized the international body. He said that only 24,686 of the bodies recovered in Gaza have been “fully identified.” He explained the “process of fully identifying details of the casualties is ongoing.”

Oren Marmorstein, a spokesperson for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, accused the UN of “parroting” propaganda fed to them by Hamas. He said the verification process is flawed.

Critics have repeatedly accused Israel of carrying out a genocide against the Palestinian people because the casualty count for women and children was significantly higher than that of men. The Israeli government has long maintained the numbers were incorrect. Further, the country has accused Hamas terrorists of hiding among vulnerable populations and using them as human shields. The number of civilian casualties is still extremely high, but the Israeli government has made it clear they will continue fighting until their hostages are home and Hamas has been eradicated.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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UN Drops Casualty Counts by Nearly 50%

(UnitedVoice.com) – There’s no denying that Israel has killed a lot of civilians in its war against Hamas. Since the beginning, experts have questioned the number of dead being released by the Gaza Health Ministry because Hamas runs it. Now, the United Nations has slashed the casualty count in half for women and children.

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has revised the number of Palestinian casualties. On May 6, the organization released its updated count of casualties in the conflict. According to the numbers, 34,735 Palestinians have died in the war, including approximately 9,500 women and 14,500 children.

Two days later, on May 8, OCHA revised those numbers. The total number of Palestinians killed was still at 34,000, but the number of women was reduced to 4,959 and kids to 7,797. That’s about a 50% difference in the number of dead women and children.

Reuters reported that Farhan Haq, a UN spokesperson, discussed the change in casualties after Israel criticized the international body. He said that only 24,686 of the bodies recovered in Gaza have been “fully identified.” He explained the “process of fully identifying details of the casualties is ongoing.”

Oren Marmorstein, a spokesperson for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, accused the UN of “parroting” propaganda fed to them by Hamas. He said the verification process is flawed.

Critics have repeatedly accused Israel of carrying out a genocide against the Palestinian people because the casualty count for women and children was significantly higher than that of men. The Israeli government has long maintained the numbers were incorrect. Further, the country has accused Hamas terrorists of hiding among vulnerable populations and using them as human shields. The number of civilian casualties is still extremely high, but the Israeli government has made it clear they will continue fighting until their hostages are home and Hamas has been eradicated.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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UN Drops Casualty Counts by Nearly 50%

(UnitedVoice.com) – There’s no denying that Israel has killed a lot of civilians in its war against Hamas. Since the beginning, experts have questioned the number of dead being released by the Gaza Health Ministry because Hamas runs it. Now, the United Nations has slashed the casualty count in half for women and children.

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has revised the number of Palestinian casualties. On May 6, the organization released its updated count of casualties in the conflict. According to the numbers, 34,735 Palestinians have died in the war, including approximately 9,500 women and 14,500 children.

Two days later, on May 8, OCHA revised those numbers. The total number of Palestinians killed was still at 34,000, but the number of women was reduced to 4,959 and kids to 7,797. That’s about a 50% difference in the number of dead women and children.

Reuters reported that Farhan Haq, a UN spokesperson, discussed the change in casualties after Israel criticized the international body. He said that only 24,686 of the bodies recovered in Gaza have been “fully identified.” He explained the “process of fully identifying details of the casualties is ongoing.”

Oren Marmorstein, a spokesperson for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, accused the UN of “parroting” propaganda fed to them by Hamas. He said the verification process is flawed.

Critics have repeatedly accused Israel of carrying out a genocide against the Palestinian people because the casualty count for women and children was significantly higher than that of men. The Israeli government has long maintained the numbers were incorrect. Further, the country has accused Hamas terrorists of hiding among vulnerable populations and using them as human shields. The number of civilian casualties is still extremely high, but the Israeli government has made it clear they will continue fighting until their hostages are home and Hamas has been eradicated.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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UN Drops Casualty Counts by Nearly 50%

(UnitedVoice.com) – There’s no denying that Israel has killed a lot of civilians in its war against Hamas. Since the beginning, experts have questioned the number of dead being released by the Gaza Health Ministry because Hamas runs it. Now, the United Nations has slashed the casualty count in half for women and children.

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has revised the number of Palestinian casualties. On May 6, the organization released its updated count of casualties in the conflict. According to the numbers, 34,735 Palestinians have died in the war, including approximately 9,500 women and 14,500 children.

Two days later, on May 8, OCHA revised those numbers. The total number of Palestinians killed was still at 34,000, but the number of women was reduced to 4,959 and kids to 7,797. That’s about a 50% difference in the number of dead women and children.

Reuters reported that Farhan Haq, a UN spokesperson, discussed the change in casualties after Israel criticized the international body. He said that only 24,686 of the bodies recovered in Gaza have been “fully identified.” He explained the “process of fully identifying details of the casualties is ongoing.”

Oren Marmorstein, a spokesperson for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, accused the UN of “parroting” propaganda fed to them by Hamas. He said the verification process is flawed.

Critics have repeatedly accused Israel of carrying out a genocide against the Palestinian people because the casualty count for women and children was significantly higher than that of men. The Israeli government has long maintained the numbers were incorrect. Further, the country has accused Hamas terrorists of hiding among vulnerable populations and using them as human shields. The number of civilian casualties is still extremely high, but the Israeli government has made it clear they will continue fighting until their hostages are home and Hamas has been eradicated.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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Aries Horoscope

May 21, 2024… Your efforts could really stand out to others today, Aquarius. Help a friend start or finish a new project, offer advice, or just be the helpful person you are and you’ll see the ones you love shine. Your passion and zest for life can add spice to everything you touch, so you can’t go wrong when you sprinkle it everywhere. Knowing that your efforts are very much appreciated makes you feel better than usual about helping and it can add a lift to the rest of the week.

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UN Drops Casualty Counts by Nearly 50%

(UnitedVoice.com) – There’s no denying that Israel has killed a lot of civilians in its war against Hamas. Since the beginning, experts have questioned the number of dead being released by the Gaza Health Ministry because Hamas runs it. Now, the United Nations has slashed the casualty count in half for women and children.

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has revised the number of Palestinian casualties. On May 6, the organization released its updated count of casualties in the conflict. According to the numbers, 34,735 Palestinians have died in the war, including approximately 9,500 women and 14,500 children.

Two days later, on May 8, OCHA revised those numbers. The total number of Palestinians killed was still at 34,000, but the number of women was reduced to 4,959 and kids to 7,797. That’s about a 50% difference in the number of dead women and children.

Reuters reported that Farhan Haq, a UN spokesperson, discussed the change in casualties after Israel criticized the international body. He said that only 24,686 of the bodies recovered in Gaza have been “fully identified.” He explained the “process of fully identifying details of the casualties is ongoing.”

Oren Marmorstein, a spokesperson for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, accused the UN of “parroting” propaganda fed to them by Hamas. He said the verification process is flawed.

Critics have repeatedly accused Israel of carrying out a genocide against the Palestinian people because the casualty count for women and children was significantly higher than that of men. The Israeli government has long maintained the numbers were incorrect. Further, the country has accused Hamas terrorists of hiding among vulnerable populations and using them as human shields. The number of civilian casualties is still extremely high, but the Israeli government has made it clear they will continue fighting until their hostages are home and Hamas has been eradicated.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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UN Drops Casualty Counts by Nearly 50%

(UnitedVoice.com) – There’s no denying that Israel has killed a lot of civilians in its war against Hamas. Since the beginning, experts have questioned the number of dead being released by the Gaza Health Ministry because Hamas runs it. Now, the United Nations has slashed the casualty count in half for women and children.

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has revised the number of Palestinian casualties. On May 6, the organization released its updated count of casualties in the conflict. According to the numbers, 34,735 Palestinians have died in the war, including approximately 9,500 women and 14,500 children.

Two days later, on May 8, OCHA revised those numbers. The total number of Palestinians killed was still at 34,000, but the number of women was reduced to 4,959 and kids to 7,797. That’s about a 50% difference in the number of dead women and children.

Reuters reported that Farhan Haq, a UN spokesperson, discussed the change in casualties after Israel criticized the international body. He said that only 24,686 of the bodies recovered in Gaza have been “fully identified.” He explained the “process of fully identifying details of the casualties is ongoing.”

Oren Marmorstein, a spokesperson for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, accused the UN of “parroting” propaganda fed to them by Hamas. He said the verification process is flawed.

Critics have repeatedly accused Israel of carrying out a genocide against the Palestinian people because the casualty count for women and children was significantly higher than that of men. The Israeli government has long maintained the numbers were incorrect. Further, the country has accused Hamas terrorists of hiding among vulnerable populations and using them as human shields. The number of civilian casualties is still extremely high, but the Israeli government has made it clear they will continue fighting until their hostages are home and Hamas has been eradicated.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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UN Drops Casualty Counts by Nearly 50%

(UnitedVoice.com) – There’s no denying that Israel has killed a lot of civilians in its war against Hamas. Since the beginning, experts have questioned the number of dead being released by the Gaza Health Ministry because Hamas runs it. Now, the United Nations has slashed the casualty count in half for women and children.

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has revised the number of Palestinian casualties. On May 6, the organization released its updated count of casualties in the conflict. According to the numbers, 34,735 Palestinians have died in the war, including approximately 9,500 women and 14,500 children.

Two days later, on May 8, OCHA revised those numbers. The total number of Palestinians killed was still at 34,000, but the number of women was reduced to 4,959 and kids to 7,797. That’s about a 50% difference in the number of dead women and children.

Reuters reported that Farhan Haq, a UN spokesperson, discussed the change in casualties after Israel criticized the international body. He said that only 24,686 of the bodies recovered in Gaza have been “fully identified.” He explained the “process of fully identifying details of the casualties is ongoing.”

Oren Marmorstein, a spokesperson for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, accused the UN of “parroting” propaganda fed to them by Hamas. He said the verification process is flawed.

Critics have repeatedly accused Israel of carrying out a genocide against the Palestinian people because the casualty count for women and children was significantly higher than that of men. The Israeli government has long maintained the numbers were incorrect. Further, the country has accused Hamas terrorists of hiding among vulnerable populations and using them as human shields. The number of civilian casualties is still extremely high, but the Israeli government has made it clear they will continue fighting until their hostages are home and Hamas has been eradicated.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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UN Drops Casualty Counts by Nearly 50%

(UnitedVoice.com) – There’s no denying that Israel has killed a lot of civilians in its war against Hamas. Since the beginning, experts have questioned the number of dead being released by the Gaza Health Ministry because Hamas runs it. Now, the United Nations has slashed the casualty count in half for women and children.

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has revised the number of Palestinian casualties. On May 6, the organization released its updated count of casualties in the conflict. According to the numbers, 34,735 Palestinians have died in the war, including approximately 9,500 women and 14,500 children.

Two days later, on May 8, OCHA revised those numbers. The total number of Palestinians killed was still at 34,000, but the number of women was reduced to 4,959 and kids to 7,797. That’s about a 50% difference in the number of dead women and children.

Reuters reported that Farhan Haq, a UN spokesperson, discussed the change in casualties after Israel criticized the international body. He said that only 24,686 of the bodies recovered in Gaza have been “fully identified.” He explained the “process of fully identifying details of the casualties is ongoing.”

Oren Marmorstein, a spokesperson for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, accused the UN of “parroting” propaganda fed to them by Hamas. He said the verification process is flawed.

Critics have repeatedly accused Israel of carrying out a genocide against the Palestinian people because the casualty count for women and children was significantly higher than that of men. The Israeli government has long maintained the numbers were incorrect. Further, the country has accused Hamas terrorists of hiding among vulnerable populations and using them as human shields. The number of civilian casualties is still extremely high, but the Israeli government has made it clear they will continue fighting until their hostages are home and Hamas has been eradicated.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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UN Drops Casualty Counts by Nearly 50%

(UnitedVoice.com) – There’s no denying that Israel has killed a lot of civilians in its war against Hamas. Since the beginning, experts have questioned the number of dead being released by the Gaza Health Ministry because Hamas runs it. Now, the United Nations has slashed the casualty count in half for women and children.

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has revised the number of Palestinian casualties. On May 6, the organization released its updated count of casualties in the conflict. According to the numbers, 34,735 Palestinians have died in the war, including approximately 9,500 women and 14,500 children.

Two days later, on May 8, OCHA revised those numbers. The total number of Palestinians killed was still at 34,000, but the number of women was reduced to 4,959 and kids to 7,797. That’s about a 50% difference in the number of dead women and children.

Reuters reported that Farhan Haq, a UN spokesperson, discussed the change in casualties after Israel criticized the international body. He said that only 24,686 of the bodies recovered in Gaza have been “fully identified.” He explained the “process of fully identifying details of the casualties is ongoing.”

Oren Marmorstein, a spokesperson for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, accused the UN of “parroting” propaganda fed to them by Hamas. He said the verification process is flawed.

Critics have repeatedly accused Israel of carrying out a genocide against the Palestinian people because the casualty count for women and children was significantly higher than that of men. The Israeli government has long maintained the numbers were incorrect. Further, the country has accused Hamas terrorists of hiding among vulnerable populations and using them as human shields. The number of civilian casualties is still extremely high, but the Israeli government has made it clear they will continue fighting until their hostages are home and Hamas has been eradicated.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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UN Drops Casualty Counts by Nearly 50%

(UnitedVoice.com) – There’s no denying that Israel has killed a lot of civilians in its war against Hamas. Since the beginning, experts have questioned the number of dead being released by the Gaza Health Ministry because Hamas runs it. Now, the United Nations has slashed the casualty count in half for women and children.

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has revised the number of Palestinian casualties. On May 6, the organization released its updated count of casualties in the conflict. According to the numbers, 34,735 Palestinians have died in the war, including approximately 9,500 women and 14,500 children.

Two days later, on May 8, OCHA revised those numbers. The total number of Palestinians killed was still at 34,000, but the number of women was reduced to 4,959 and kids to 7,797. That’s about a 50% difference in the number of dead women and children.

Reuters reported that Farhan Haq, a UN spokesperson, discussed the change in casualties after Israel criticized the international body. He said that only 24,686 of the bodies recovered in Gaza have been “fully identified.” He explained the “process of fully identifying details of the casualties is ongoing.”

Oren Marmorstein, a spokesperson for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, accused the UN of “parroting” propaganda fed to them by Hamas. He said the verification process is flawed.

Critics have repeatedly accused Israel of carrying out a genocide against the Palestinian people because the casualty count for women and children was significantly higher than that of men. The Israeli government has long maintained the numbers were incorrect. Further, the country has accused Hamas terrorists of hiding among vulnerable populations and using them as human shields. The number of civilian casualties is still extremely high, but the Israeli government has made it clear they will continue fighting until their hostages are home and Hamas has been eradicated.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

Template 1 (Horoscopes)

Aries Horoscope

May 21, 2024… Your efforts could really stand out to others today, Aquarius. Help a friend start or finish a new project, offer advice, or just be the helpful person you are and you’ll see the ones you love shine. Your passion and zest for life can add spice to everything you touch, so you can’t go wrong when you sprinkle it everywhere. Knowing that your efforts are very much appreciated makes you feel better than usual about helping and it can add a lift to the rest of the week.

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UN Drops Casualty Counts by Nearly 50%

(UnitedVoice.com) – There’s no denying that Israel has killed a lot of civilians in its war against Hamas. Since the beginning, experts have questioned the number of dead being released by the Gaza Health Ministry because Hamas runs it. Now, the United Nations has slashed the casualty count in half for women and children.

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has revised the number of Palestinian casualties. On May 6, the organization released its updated count of casualties in the conflict. According to the numbers, 34,735 Palestinians have died in the war, including approximately 9,500 women and 14,500 children.

Two days later, on May 8, OCHA revised those numbers. The total number of Palestinians killed was still at 34,000, but the number of women was reduced to 4,959 and kids to 7,797. That’s about a 50% difference in the number of dead women and children.

Reuters reported that Farhan Haq, a UN spokesperson, discussed the change in casualties after Israel criticized the international body. He said that only 24,686 of the bodies recovered in Gaza have been “fully identified.” He explained the “process of fully identifying details of the casualties is ongoing.”

Oren Marmorstein, a spokesperson for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, accused the UN of “parroting” propaganda fed to them by Hamas. He said the verification process is flawed.

Critics have repeatedly accused Israel of carrying out a genocide against the Palestinian people because the casualty count for women and children was significantly higher than that of men. The Israeli government has long maintained the numbers were incorrect. Further, the country has accused Hamas terrorists of hiding among vulnerable populations and using them as human shields. The number of civilian casualties is still extremely high, but the Israeli government has made it clear they will continue fighting until their hostages are home and Hamas has been eradicated.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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UN Drops Casualty Counts by Nearly 50%

(UnitedVoice.com) – There’s no denying that Israel has killed a lot of civilians in its war against Hamas. Since the beginning, experts have questioned the number of dead being released by the Gaza Health Ministry because Hamas runs it. Now, the United Nations has slashed the casualty count in half for women and children.

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has revised the number of Palestinian casualties. On May 6, the organization released its updated count of casualties in the conflict. According to the numbers, 34,735 Palestinians have died in the war, including approximately 9,500 women and 14,500 children.

Two days later, on May 8, OCHA revised those numbers. The total number of Palestinians killed was still at 34,000, but the number of women was reduced to 4,959 and kids to 7,797. That’s about a 50% difference in the number of dead women and children.

Reuters reported that Farhan Haq, a UN spokesperson, discussed the change in casualties after Israel criticized the international body. He said that only 24,686 of the bodies recovered in Gaza have been “fully identified.” He explained the “process of fully identifying details of the casualties is ongoing.”

Oren Marmorstein, a spokesperson for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, accused the UN of “parroting” propaganda fed to them by Hamas. He said the verification process is flawed.

Critics have repeatedly accused Israel of carrying out a genocide against the Palestinian people because the casualty count for women and children was significantly higher than that of men. The Israeli government has long maintained the numbers were incorrect. Further, the country has accused Hamas terrorists of hiding among vulnerable populations and using them as human shields. The number of civilian casualties is still extremely high, but the Israeli government has made it clear they will continue fighting until their hostages are home and Hamas has been eradicated.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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UN Drops Casualty Counts by Nearly 50%

(UnitedVoice.com) – There’s no denying that Israel has killed a lot of civilians in its war against Hamas. Since the beginning, experts have questioned the number of dead being released by the Gaza Health Ministry because Hamas runs it. Now, the United Nations has slashed the casualty count in half for women and children.

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has revised the number of Palestinian casualties. On May 6, the organization released its updated count of casualties in the conflict. According to the numbers, 34,735 Palestinians have died in the war, including approximately 9,500 women and 14,500 children.

Two days later, on May 8, OCHA revised those numbers. The total number of Palestinians killed was still at 34,000, but the number of women was reduced to 4,959 and kids to 7,797. That’s about a 50% difference in the number of dead women and children.

Reuters reported that Farhan Haq, a UN spokesperson, discussed the change in casualties after Israel criticized the international body. He said that only 24,686 of the bodies recovered in Gaza have been “fully identified.” He explained the “process of fully identifying details of the casualties is ongoing.”

Oren Marmorstein, a spokesperson for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, accused the UN of “parroting” propaganda fed to them by Hamas. He said the verification process is flawed.

Critics have repeatedly accused Israel of carrying out a genocide against the Palestinian people because the casualty count for women and children was significantly higher than that of men. The Israeli government has long maintained the numbers were incorrect. Further, the country has accused Hamas terrorists of hiding among vulnerable populations and using them as human shields. The number of civilian casualties is still extremely high, but the Israeli government has made it clear they will continue fighting until their hostages are home and Hamas has been eradicated.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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UN Drops Casualty Counts by Nearly 50%

(UnitedVoice.com) – There’s no denying that Israel has killed a lot of civilians in its war against Hamas. Since the beginning, experts have questioned the number of dead being released by the Gaza Health Ministry because Hamas runs it. Now, the United Nations has slashed the casualty count in half for women and children.

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has revised the number of Palestinian casualties. On May 6, the organization released its updated count of casualties in the conflict. According to the numbers, 34,735 Palestinians have died in the war, including approximately 9,500 women and 14,500 children.

Two days later, on May 8, OCHA revised those numbers. The total number of Palestinians killed was still at 34,000, but the number of women was reduced to 4,959 and kids to 7,797. That’s about a 50% difference in the number of dead women and children.

Reuters reported that Farhan Haq, a UN spokesperson, discussed the change in casualties after Israel criticized the international body. He said that only 24,686 of the bodies recovered in Gaza have been “fully identified.” He explained the “process of fully identifying details of the casualties is ongoing.”

Oren Marmorstein, a spokesperson for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, accused the UN of “parroting” propaganda fed to them by Hamas. He said the verification process is flawed.

Critics have repeatedly accused Israel of carrying out a genocide against the Palestinian people because the casualty count for women and children was significantly higher than that of men. The Israeli government has long maintained the numbers were incorrect. Further, the country has accused Hamas terrorists of hiding among vulnerable populations and using them as human shields. The number of civilian casualties is still extremely high, but the Israeli government has made it clear they will continue fighting until their hostages are home and Hamas has been eradicated.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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UN Drops Casualty Counts by Nearly 50%

(UnitedVoice.com) – There’s no denying that Israel has killed a lot of civilians in its war against Hamas. Since the beginning, experts have questioned the number of dead being released by the Gaza Health Ministry because Hamas runs it. Now, the United Nations has slashed the casualty count in half for women and children.

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has revised the number of Palestinian casualties. On May 6, the organization released its updated count of casualties in the conflict. According to the numbers, 34,735 Palestinians have died in the war, including approximately 9,500 women and 14,500 children.

Two days later, on May 8, OCHA revised those numbers. The total number of Palestinians killed was still at 34,000, but the number of women was reduced to 4,959 and kids to 7,797. That’s about a 50% difference in the number of dead women and children.

Reuters reported that Farhan Haq, a UN spokesperson, discussed the change in casualties after Israel criticized the international body. He said that only 24,686 of the bodies recovered in Gaza have been “fully identified.” He explained the “process of fully identifying details of the casualties is ongoing.”

Oren Marmorstein, a spokesperson for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, accused the UN of “parroting” propaganda fed to them by Hamas. He said the verification process is flawed.

Critics have repeatedly accused Israel of carrying out a genocide against the Palestinian people because the casualty count for women and children was significantly higher than that of men. The Israeli government has long maintained the numbers were incorrect. Further, the country has accused Hamas terrorists of hiding among vulnerable populations and using them as human shields. The number of civilian casualties is still extremely high, but the Israeli government has made it clear they will continue fighting until their hostages are home and Hamas has been eradicated.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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UN Drops Casualty Counts by Nearly 50%

(UnitedVoice.com) – There’s no denying that Israel has killed a lot of civilians in its war against Hamas. Since the beginning, experts have questioned the number of dead being released by the Gaza Health Ministry because Hamas runs it. Now, the United Nations has slashed the casualty count in half for women and children.

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has revised the number of Palestinian casualties. On May 6, the organization released its updated count of casualties in the conflict. According to the numbers, 34,735 Palestinians have died in the war, including approximately 9,500 women and 14,500 children.

Two days later, on May 8, OCHA revised those numbers. The total number of Palestinians killed was still at 34,000, but the number of women was reduced to 4,959 and kids to 7,797. That’s about a 50% difference in the number of dead women and children.

Reuters reported that Farhan Haq, a UN spokesperson, discussed the change in casualties after Israel criticized the international body. He said that only 24,686 of the bodies recovered in Gaza have been “fully identified.” He explained the “process of fully identifying details of the casualties is ongoing.”

Oren Marmorstein, a spokesperson for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, accused the UN of “parroting” propaganda fed to them by Hamas. He said the verification process is flawed.

Critics have repeatedly accused Israel of carrying out a genocide against the Palestinian people because the casualty count for women and children was significantly higher than that of men. The Israeli government has long maintained the numbers were incorrect. Further, the country has accused Hamas terrorists of hiding among vulnerable populations and using them as human shields. The number of civilian casualties is still extremely high, but the Israeli government has made it clear they will continue fighting until their hostages are home and Hamas has been eradicated.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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May 21, 2024… Your efforts could really stand out to others today, Aquarius. Help a friend start or finish a new project, offer advice, or just be the helpful person you are and you’ll see the ones you love shine. Your passion and zest for life can add spice to everything you touch, so you can’t go wrong when you sprinkle it everywhere. Knowing that your efforts are very much appreciated makes you feel better than usual about helping and it can add a lift to the rest of the week.

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UN Drops Casualty Counts by Nearly 50%

(UnitedVoice.com) – There’s no denying that Israel has killed a lot of civilians in its war against Hamas. Since the beginning, experts have questioned the number of dead being released by the Gaza Health Ministry because Hamas runs it. Now, the United Nations has slashed the casualty count in half for women and children.

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has revised the number of Palestinian casualties. On May 6, the organization released its updated count of casualties in the conflict. According to the numbers, 34,735 Palestinians have died in the war, including approximately 9,500 women and 14,500 children.

Two days later, on May 8, OCHA revised those numbers. The total number of Palestinians killed was still at 34,000, but the number of women was reduced to 4,959 and kids to 7,797. That’s about a 50% difference in the number of dead women and children.

Reuters reported that Farhan Haq, a UN spokesperson, discussed the change in casualties after Israel criticized the international body. He said that only 24,686 of the bodies recovered in Gaza have been “fully identified.” He explained the “process of fully identifying details of the casualties is ongoing.”

Oren Marmorstein, a spokesperson for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, accused the UN of “parroting” propaganda fed to them by Hamas. He said the verification process is flawed.

Critics have repeatedly accused Israel of carrying out a genocide against the Palestinian people because the casualty count for women and children was significantly higher than that of men. The Israeli government has long maintained the numbers were incorrect. Further, the country has accused Hamas terrorists of hiding among vulnerable populations and using them as human shields. The number of civilian casualties is still extremely high, but the Israeli government has made it clear they will continue fighting until their hostages are home and Hamas has been eradicated.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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UN Drops Casualty Counts by Nearly 50%

(UnitedVoice.com) – There’s no denying that Israel has killed a lot of civilians in its war against Hamas. Since the beginning, experts have questioned the number of dead being released by the Gaza Health Ministry because Hamas runs it. Now, the United Nations has slashed the casualty count in half for women and children.

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has revised the number of Palestinian casualties. On May 6, the organization released its updated count of casualties in the conflict. According to the numbers, 34,735 Palestinians have died in the war, including approximately 9,500 women and 14,500 children.

Two days later, on May 8, OCHA revised those numbers. The total number of Palestinians killed was still at 34,000, but the number of women was reduced to 4,959 and kids to 7,797. That’s about a 50% difference in the number of dead women and children.

Reuters reported that Farhan Haq, a UN spokesperson, discussed the change in casualties after Israel criticized the international body. He said that only 24,686 of the bodies recovered in Gaza have been “fully identified.” He explained the “process of fully identifying details of the casualties is ongoing.”

Oren Marmorstein, a spokesperson for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, accused the UN of “parroting” propaganda fed to them by Hamas. He said the verification process is flawed.

Critics have repeatedly accused Israel of carrying out a genocide against the Palestinian people because the casualty count for women and children was significantly higher than that of men. The Israeli government has long maintained the numbers were incorrect. Further, the country has accused Hamas terrorists of hiding among vulnerable populations and using them as human shields. The number of civilian casualties is still extremely high, but the Israeli government has made it clear they will continue fighting until their hostages are home and Hamas has been eradicated.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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UN Drops Casualty Counts by Nearly 50%

(UnitedVoice.com) – There’s no denying that Israel has killed a lot of civilians in its war against Hamas. Since the beginning, experts have questioned the number of dead being released by the Gaza Health Ministry because Hamas runs it. Now, the United Nations has slashed the casualty count in half for women and children.

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has revised the number of Palestinian casualties. On May 6, the organization released its updated count of casualties in the conflict. According to the numbers, 34,735 Palestinians have died in the war, including approximately 9,500 women and 14,500 children.

Two days later, on May 8, OCHA revised those numbers. The total number of Palestinians killed was still at 34,000, but the number of women was reduced to 4,959 and kids to 7,797. That’s about a 50% difference in the number of dead women and children.

Reuters reported that Farhan Haq, a UN spokesperson, discussed the change in casualties after Israel criticized the international body. He said that only 24,686 of the bodies recovered in Gaza have been “fully identified.” He explained the “process of fully identifying details of the casualties is ongoing.”

Oren Marmorstein, a spokesperson for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, accused the UN of “parroting” propaganda fed to them by Hamas. He said the verification process is flawed.

Critics have repeatedly accused Israel of carrying out a genocide against the Palestinian people because the casualty count for women and children was significantly higher than that of men. The Israeli government has long maintained the numbers were incorrect. Further, the country has accused Hamas terrorists of hiding among vulnerable populations and using them as human shields. The number of civilian casualties is still extremely high, but the Israeli government has made it clear they will continue fighting until their hostages are home and Hamas has been eradicated.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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UN Drops Casualty Counts by Nearly 50%

(UnitedVoice.com) – There’s no denying that Israel has killed a lot of civilians in its war against Hamas. Since the beginning, experts have questioned the number of dead being released by the Gaza Health Ministry because Hamas runs it. Now, the United Nations has slashed the casualty count in half for women and children.

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has revised the number of Palestinian casualties. On May 6, the organization released its updated count of casualties in the conflict. According to the numbers, 34,735 Palestinians have died in the war, including approximately 9,500 women and 14,500 children.

Two days later, on May 8, OCHA revised those numbers. The total number of Palestinians killed was still at 34,000, but the number of women was reduced to 4,959 and kids to 7,797. That’s about a 50% difference in the number of dead women and children.

Reuters reported that Farhan Haq, a UN spokesperson, discussed the change in casualties after Israel criticized the international body. He said that only 24,686 of the bodies recovered in Gaza have been “fully identified.” He explained the “process of fully identifying details of the casualties is ongoing.”

Oren Marmorstein, a spokesperson for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, accused the UN of “parroting” propaganda fed to them by Hamas. He said the verification process is flawed.

Critics have repeatedly accused Israel of carrying out a genocide against the Palestinian people because the casualty count for women and children was significantly higher than that of men. The Israeli government has long maintained the numbers were incorrect. Further, the country has accused Hamas terrorists of hiding among vulnerable populations and using them as human shields. The number of civilian casualties is still extremely high, but the Israeli government has made it clear they will continue fighting until their hostages are home and Hamas has been eradicated.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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UN Drops Casualty Counts by Nearly 50%

(UnitedVoice.com) – There’s no denying that Israel has killed a lot of civilians in its war against Hamas. Since the beginning, experts have questioned the number of dead being released by the Gaza Health Ministry because Hamas runs it. Now, the United Nations has slashed the casualty count in half for women and children.

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has revised the number of Palestinian casualties. On May 6, the organization released its updated count of casualties in the conflict. According to the numbers, 34,735 Palestinians have died in the war, including approximately 9,500 women and 14,500 children.

Two days later, on May 8, OCHA revised those numbers. The total number of Palestinians killed was still at 34,000, but the number of women was reduced to 4,959 and kids to 7,797. That’s about a 50% difference in the number of dead women and children.

Reuters reported that Farhan Haq, a UN spokesperson, discussed the change in casualties after Israel criticized the international body. He said that only 24,686 of the bodies recovered in Gaza have been “fully identified.” He explained the “process of fully identifying details of the casualties is ongoing.”

Oren Marmorstein, a spokesperson for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, accused the UN of “parroting” propaganda fed to them by Hamas. He said the verification process is flawed.

Critics have repeatedly accused Israel of carrying out a genocide against the Palestinian people because the casualty count for women and children was significantly higher than that of men. The Israeli government has long maintained the numbers were incorrect. Further, the country has accused Hamas terrorists of hiding among vulnerable populations and using them as human shields. The number of civilian casualties is still extremely high, but the Israeli government has made it clear they will continue fighting until their hostages are home and Hamas has been eradicated.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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UN Drops Casualty Counts by Nearly 50%

(UnitedVoice.com) – There’s no denying that Israel has killed a lot of civilians in its war against Hamas. Since the beginning, experts have questioned the number of dead being released by the Gaza Health Ministry because Hamas runs it. Now, the United Nations has slashed the casualty count in half for women and children.

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has revised the number of Palestinian casualties. On May 6, the organization released its updated count of casualties in the conflict. According to the numbers, 34,735 Palestinians have died in the war, including approximately 9,500 women and 14,500 children.

Two days later, on May 8, OCHA revised those numbers. The total number of Palestinians killed was still at 34,000, but the number of women was reduced to 4,959 and kids to 7,797. That’s about a 50% difference in the number of dead women and children.

Reuters reported that Farhan Haq, a UN spokesperson, discussed the change in casualties after Israel criticized the international body. He said that only 24,686 of the bodies recovered in Gaza have been “fully identified.” He explained the “process of fully identifying details of the casualties is ongoing.”

Oren Marmorstein, a spokesperson for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, accused the UN of “parroting” propaganda fed to them by Hamas. He said the verification process is flawed.

Critics have repeatedly accused Israel of carrying out a genocide against the Palestinian people because the casualty count for women and children was significantly higher than that of men. The Israeli government has long maintained the numbers were incorrect. Further, the country has accused Hamas terrorists of hiding among vulnerable populations and using them as human shields. The number of civilian casualties is still extremely high, but the Israeli government has made it clear they will continue fighting until their hostages are home and Hamas has been eradicated.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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May 21, 2024… Your efforts could really stand out to others today, Aquarius. Help a friend start or finish a new project, offer advice, or just be the helpful person you are and you’ll see the ones you love shine. Your passion and zest for life can add spice to everything you touch, so you can’t go wrong when you sprinkle it everywhere. Knowing that your efforts are very much appreciated makes you feel better than usual about helping and it can add a lift to the rest of the week.

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UN Drops Casualty Counts by Nearly 50%

(UnitedVoice.com) – There’s no denying that Israel has killed a lot of civilians in its war against Hamas. Since the beginning, experts have questioned the number of dead being released by the Gaza Health Ministry because Hamas runs it. Now, the United Nations has slashed the casualty count in half for women and children.

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has revised the number of Palestinian casualties. On May 6, the organization released its updated count of casualties in the conflict. According to the numbers, 34,735 Palestinians have died in the war, including approximately 9,500 women and 14,500 children.

Two days later, on May 8, OCHA revised those numbers. The total number of Palestinians killed was still at 34,000, but the number of women was reduced to 4,959 and kids to 7,797. That’s about a 50% difference in the number of dead women and children.

Reuters reported that Farhan Haq, a UN spokesperson, discussed the change in casualties after Israel criticized the international body. He said that only 24,686 of the bodies recovered in Gaza have been “fully identified.” He explained the “process of fully identifying details of the casualties is ongoing.”

Oren Marmorstein, a spokesperson for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, accused the UN of “parroting” propaganda fed to them by Hamas. He said the verification process is flawed.

Critics have repeatedly accused Israel of carrying out a genocide against the Palestinian people because the casualty count for women and children was significantly higher than that of men. The Israeli government has long maintained the numbers were incorrect. Further, the country has accused Hamas terrorists of hiding among vulnerable populations and using them as human shields. The number of civilian casualties is still extremely high, but the Israeli government has made it clear they will continue fighting until their hostages are home and Hamas has been eradicated.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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UN Drops Casualty Counts by Nearly 50%

(UnitedVoice.com) – There’s no denying that Israel has killed a lot of civilians in its war against Hamas. Since the beginning, experts have questioned the number of dead being released by the Gaza Health Ministry because Hamas runs it. Now, the United Nations has slashed the casualty count in half for women and children.

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has revised the number of Palestinian casualties. On May 6, the organization released its updated count of casualties in the conflict. According to the numbers, 34,735 Palestinians have died in the war, including approximately 9,500 women and 14,500 children.

Two days later, on May 8, OCHA revised those numbers. The total number of Palestinians killed was still at 34,000, but the number of women was reduced to 4,959 and kids to 7,797. That’s about a 50% difference in the number of dead women and children.

Reuters reported that Farhan Haq, a UN spokesperson, discussed the change in casualties after Israel criticized the international body. He said that only 24,686 of the bodies recovered in Gaza have been “fully identified.” He explained the “process of fully identifying details of the casualties is ongoing.”

Oren Marmorstein, a spokesperson for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, accused the UN of “parroting” propaganda fed to them by Hamas. He said the verification process is flawed.

Critics have repeatedly accused Israel of carrying out a genocide against the Palestinian people because the casualty count for women and children was significantly higher than that of men. The Israeli government has long maintained the numbers were incorrect. Further, the country has accused Hamas terrorists of hiding among vulnerable populations and using them as human shields. The number of civilian casualties is still extremely high, but the Israeli government has made it clear they will continue fighting until their hostages are home and Hamas has been eradicated.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

UN Drops Casualty Counts by Nearly 50%

(UnitedVoice.com) – There’s no denying that Israel has killed a lot of civilians in its war against Hamas. Since the beginning, experts have questioned the number of dead being released by the Gaza Health Ministry because Hamas runs it. Now, the United Nations has slashed the casualty count in half for women and children.

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has revised the number of Palestinian casualties. On May 6, the organization released its updated count of casualties in the conflict. According to the numbers, 34,735 Palestinians have died in the war, including approximately 9,500 women and 14,500 children.

Two days later, on May 8, OCHA revised those numbers. The total number of Palestinians killed was still at 34,000, but the number of women was reduced to 4,959 and kids to 7,797. That’s about a 50% difference in the number of dead women and children.

Reuters reported that Farhan Haq, a UN spokesperson, discussed the change in casualties after Israel criticized the international body. He said that only 24,686 of the bodies recovered in Gaza have been “fully identified.” He explained the “process of fully identifying details of the casualties is ongoing.”

Oren Marmorstein, a spokesperson for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, accused the UN of “parroting” propaganda fed to them by Hamas. He said the verification process is flawed.

Critics have repeatedly accused Israel of carrying out a genocide against the Palestinian people because the casualty count for women and children was significantly higher than that of men. The Israeli government has long maintained the numbers were incorrect. Further, the country has accused Hamas terrorists of hiding among vulnerable populations and using them as human shields. The number of civilian casualties is still extremely high, but the Israeli government has made it clear they will continue fighting until their hostages are home and Hamas has been eradicated.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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UN Drops Casualty Counts by Nearly 50%

(UnitedVoice.com) – There’s no denying that Israel has killed a lot of civilians in its war against Hamas. Since the beginning, experts have questioned the number of dead being released by the Gaza Health Ministry because Hamas runs it. Now, the United Nations has slashed the casualty count in half for women and children.

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has revised the number of Palestinian casualties. On May 6, the organization released its updated count of casualties in the conflict. According to the numbers, 34,735 Palestinians have died in the war, including approximately 9,500 women and 14,500 children.

Two days later, on May 8, OCHA revised those numbers. The total number of Palestinians killed was still at 34,000, but the number of women was reduced to 4,959 and kids to 7,797. That’s about a 50% difference in the number of dead women and children.

Reuters reported that Farhan Haq, a UN spokesperson, discussed the change in casualties after Israel criticized the international body. He said that only 24,686 of the bodies recovered in Gaza have been “fully identified.” He explained the “process of fully identifying details of the casualties is ongoing.”

Oren Marmorstein, a spokesperson for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, accused the UN of “parroting” propaganda fed to them by Hamas. He said the verification process is flawed.

Critics have repeatedly accused Israel of carrying out a genocide against the Palestinian people because the casualty count for women and children was significantly higher than that of men. The Israeli government has long maintained the numbers were incorrect. Further, the country has accused Hamas terrorists of hiding among vulnerable populations and using them as human shields. The number of civilian casualties is still extremely high, but the Israeli government has made it clear they will continue fighting until their hostages are home and Hamas has been eradicated.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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UN Drops Casualty Counts by Nearly 50%

(UnitedVoice.com) – There’s no denying that Israel has killed a lot of civilians in its war against Hamas. Since the beginning, experts have questioned the number of dead being released by the Gaza Health Ministry because Hamas runs it. Now, the United Nations has slashed the casualty count in half for women and children.

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has revised the number of Palestinian casualties. On May 6, the organization released its updated count of casualties in the conflict. According to the numbers, 34,735 Palestinians have died in the war, including approximately 9,500 women and 14,500 children.

Two days later, on May 8, OCHA revised those numbers. The total number of Palestinians killed was still at 34,000, but the number of women was reduced to 4,959 and kids to 7,797. That’s about a 50% difference in the number of dead women and children.

Reuters reported that Farhan Haq, a UN spokesperson, discussed the change in casualties after Israel criticized the international body. He said that only 24,686 of the bodies recovered in Gaza have been “fully identified.” He explained the “process of fully identifying details of the casualties is ongoing.”

Oren Marmorstein, a spokesperson for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, accused the UN of “parroting” propaganda fed to them by Hamas. He said the verification process is flawed.

Critics have repeatedly accused Israel of carrying out a genocide against the Palestinian people because the casualty count for women and children was significantly higher than that of men. The Israeli government has long maintained the numbers were incorrect. Further, the country has accused Hamas terrorists of hiding among vulnerable populations and using them as human shields. The number of civilian casualties is still extremely high, but the Israeli government has made it clear they will continue fighting until their hostages are home and Hamas has been eradicated.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

UN Drops Casualty Counts by Nearly 50%

(UnitedVoice.com) – There’s no denying that Israel has killed a lot of civilians in its war against Hamas. Since the beginning, experts have questioned the number of dead being released by the Gaza Health Ministry because Hamas runs it. Now, the United Nations has slashed the casualty count in half for women and children.

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has revised the number of Palestinian casualties. On May 6, the organization released its updated count of casualties in the conflict. According to the numbers, 34,735 Palestinians have died in the war, including approximately 9,500 women and 14,500 children.

Two days later, on May 8, OCHA revised those numbers. The total number of Palestinians killed was still at 34,000, but the number of women was reduced to 4,959 and kids to 7,797. That’s about a 50% difference in the number of dead women and children.

Reuters reported that Farhan Haq, a UN spokesperson, discussed the change in casualties after Israel criticized the international body. He said that only 24,686 of the bodies recovered in Gaza have been “fully identified.” He explained the “process of fully identifying details of the casualties is ongoing.”

Oren Marmorstein, a spokesperson for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, accused the UN of “parroting” propaganda fed to them by Hamas. He said the verification process is flawed.

Critics have repeatedly accused Israel of carrying out a genocide against the Palestinian people because the casualty count for women and children was significantly higher than that of men. The Israeli government has long maintained the numbers were incorrect. Further, the country has accused Hamas terrorists of hiding among vulnerable populations and using them as human shields. The number of civilian casualties is still extremely high, but the Israeli government has made it clear they will continue fighting until their hostages are home and Hamas has been eradicated.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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UN Drops Casualty Counts by Nearly 50%

(UnitedVoice.com) – There’s no denying that Israel has killed a lot of civilians in its war against Hamas. Since the beginning, experts have questioned the number of dead being released by the Gaza Health Ministry because Hamas runs it. Now, the United Nations has slashed the casualty count in half for women and children.

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has revised the number of Palestinian casualties. On May 6, the organization released its updated count of casualties in the conflict. According to the numbers, 34,735 Palestinians have died in the war, including approximately 9,500 women and 14,500 children.

Two days later, on May 8, OCHA revised those numbers. The total number of Palestinians killed was still at 34,000, but the number of women was reduced to 4,959 and kids to 7,797. That’s about a 50% difference in the number of dead women and children.

Reuters reported that Farhan Haq, a UN spokesperson, discussed the change in casualties after Israel criticized the international body. He said that only 24,686 of the bodies recovered in Gaza have been “fully identified.” He explained the “process of fully identifying details of the casualties is ongoing.”

Oren Marmorstein, a spokesperson for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, accused the UN of “parroting” propaganda fed to them by Hamas. He said the verification process is flawed.

Critics have repeatedly accused Israel of carrying out a genocide against the Palestinian people because the casualty count for women and children was significantly higher than that of men. The Israeli government has long maintained the numbers were incorrect. Further, the country has accused Hamas terrorists of hiding among vulnerable populations and using them as human shields. The number of civilian casualties is still extremely high, but the Israeli government has made it clear they will continue fighting until their hostages are home and Hamas has been eradicated.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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UN Drops Casualty Counts by Nearly 50%

(UnitedVoice.com) – There’s no denying that Israel has killed a lot of civilians in its war against Hamas. Since the beginning, experts have questioned the number of dead being released by the Gaza Health Ministry because Hamas runs it. Now, the United Nations has slashed the casualty count in half for women and children.

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has revised the number of Palestinian casualties. On May 6, the organization released its updated count of casualties in the conflict. According to the numbers, 34,735 Palestinians have died in the war, including approximately 9,500 women and 14,500 children.

Two days later, on May 8, OCHA revised those numbers. The total number of Palestinians killed was still at 34,000, but the number of women was reduced to 4,959 and kids to 7,797. That’s about a 50% difference in the number of dead women and children.

Reuters reported that Farhan Haq, a UN spokesperson, discussed the change in casualties after Israel criticized the international body. He said that only 24,686 of the bodies recovered in Gaza have been “fully identified.” He explained the “process of fully identifying details of the casualties is ongoing.”

Oren Marmorstein, a spokesperson for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, accused the UN of “parroting” propaganda fed to them by Hamas. He said the verification process is flawed.

Critics have repeatedly accused Israel of carrying out a genocide against the Palestinian people because the casualty count for women and children was significantly higher than that of men. The Israeli government has long maintained the numbers were incorrect. Further, the country has accused Hamas terrorists of hiding among vulnerable populations and using them as human shields. The number of civilian casualties is still extremely high, but the Israeli government has made it clear they will continue fighting until their hostages are home and Hamas has been eradicated.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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