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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - LONDON — Scottish First Minister Humza Yousaf says his mother-in-law and her husband are living through "torture" as they remain stuck in Gaza.
"They're down to six bottles of clean drinking water in a house of 100 people including a two-month-old baby, she tells me," Yousaf told journalists during a visit to Brechin.
He stepped away to take her call and said the family never know whether they are "going to make it from one night to the next," as missiles, rocket fire and drones continue the whole night.
Yousaf's in-laws were in Gaza visiting family when hostilities flared. He said he is pleading with the UK government on their behalf to demand the opening of the Rafah crossing and a ceasefire. — BBC
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