Debris from destroyed buildings in Gaza could take 14 years to clear, UNDebris from destroyed buildings in Gaza could take 14 years to clear, UN
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The UN agency says it could take up to 14 years to remove the Debris of buildings destroyed in Gaza as a result of Israeli attacks. It has been more than 200 days since the Israeli aggression continued in the besieged territory of Gaza on October 7, 2023. The Ministry of Health in Gaza reports that the Israeli aggression in Gaza has resulted in over 35,000 martyrs and over 75,000 injuries.

Women and children have suffered the most in the Israeli war in Gaza, with over 14,500 children and 9,500 women losing their lives thus far. According to Arab media, Israel has so far dropped 75,000 tons of explosives on Gaza, turning most of the civil infrastructure of the Gaza Strip into a pile of rubble.

Since October 7, 2023, Israeli attacks have destroyed more than  3 lac 80 thousand residential units and 415 educational institutions in Gaza. Israeli attacks have made 32 hospitals and 53 health centers in Gaza unusable, while the Israeli army has also destroyed 126 ambulances. Targeted. Israeli attacks resulted in the martyrdom of 556 mosques in Gaza, the destruction of 3 churches, and damage to 206 archaeological sites.

The ongoing war in Gaza has destroyed 400,000 buildings since October 7, accumulating 37 million tons of debris that may take 14 years to remove, according to the United Nations Mine Action Service. The Palestinian Media Office estimates that the Israeli war in Gaza has caused damage worth at least 30 billion dollars.

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