At least 94 people killed by Israeli fire in Lebanon since October 8, Lebanese officials say

At least 94 people killed by Israeli fire in Lebanon since October 8, Lebanese officials say
At least 94 people killed by Israeli fire in Lebanon since October 8, Lebanese officials say

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - BEIRUT — At least 94 people have died and 406 been injured in Lebanon as a result of “the Israeli aggression against southern Lebanon” between October 8 – when Hezbollah began firing rockets at Israel – and December 5, according to the Lebanese Ministry of Public Health.

In a report released on Wednesday, the ministry added that 92% of wounded people are males and 96% of wounded people are Lebanese,

The Israeli military has regularly exchanged fire with militants in southern Lebanon over the past two months, saying when it is fired upon, it will return fire.

The Lebanon Disaster Risk Management Unit as of Wednesday had registered 20,000 displaced people from villages in Tyre district, south Lebanon, Lebanon state-run NNA news said on Thursday.

Those displaced people are distributed among five shelter centers in the city of Tyre, not including thousands who were displaced to other areas and were not registered within the Disaster Risk Management Unit, NNA added.

The unit said that there is a lack of resources to provide services, saying nearly 40 villages on the border with Israel are still not safe for civilians to return.

Israel has also evacuated communities on its side of the border in response to rockets fired from Lebanese territory. — CNN


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