The death toll in the Gaza Strip as of November 10 was 11,025, including 4,506 children, the Palestinian Ministry of Health reported.
In the enclave, 3,027 women and 678 elderly people were killed, and over 27,000 were injured. In the West Bank there are 183 dead and about 2,500 injured.
The death toll in Israel, according to the latest data, is more than 1,400 people.
On October 7, Israel began bombing the Gaza Strip. This happened after the Palestinian group Hamas attacked the southern regions of the country. More than 200 people were also kidnapped during the militant attack.
As Turkish Health Minister Fahrettin Koca previously reported, Turkey, Israel and Egypt agreed to create a coordination group for the removal of wounded and sick residents of the Gaza Strip. Prior to this, during negotiations with Egypt’s Minister of Health and Population Khaled Abdel Ghaffar, an agreement was reached on the entry of two Turkish ships to send field hospitals and ambulances.
On November 10, the Gaza border crossing department announced that the first 85 Russian citizens could leave the enclave. According to a list of Gaza border crossing authorities published by the agency, 84 of the 85 Russian citizens whose page was approved through the Rafah crossing as of November 10 were listed as having dual citizenship. At least 36 names of Russian pport holders from the list are female. There are 22 European, including Slavic, female names in the list.