Reports from Gaza’s government media office say that Israeli forces have exhumed 1,100 graves and stolen 150 bodies at Tuffah cemetery in eastern Gaza. A previous occurrence saw Israeli forces taking 80 bodies from Gaza City and northern Gaza areas.

The majority of Gaza’s population seeking refuge in UNRWA facilities face ongoing risks. Over 1.4 million individuals are sheltered in UNRWA facilities, with hundreds of thousands more in the vicinity. At least 319 people have been killed while seeking shelter in these facilities, with 142 historic deaths among UN staff and 131 damaged UNRWA installations.

Reports from various cities, including Jenin, Qalqilya, Nablus, and Bethlehem, highlight active Palestinian resistance and Israeli forces’ aggressive responses.

At least 22 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks that targeted a house in Khan Younis overnight. The assault has triggered widespread unrest, with Israeli forces conducting raids across the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem, encountering resistance from Palestinian groups.

Meanwhile, Lebanon has officially lodged a complaint with the UN Security Council, alleging Israel’s involvement in an attack that killed Hamas deputy leader Saleh al-Arouri in a Beirut suburb.

Statistics reveal that 22,722 Palestinians have been killed, and 58,166 others wounded in Israeli attacks on Gaza since 7 October, with over 7,000 Palestinians reported missing. The death toll from the 7 October attack on Israel now stands at 1,139.

Around 100 Chilean lawyers, primarily of Palestinian descent, submitted a complaint to the International Criminal Court (ICC) accusing the Israeli army of genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity. The complainants demand criminal accountability for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and an immediate ceasefire.

In a separate development, The Intercept has reported on CNN’s coverage of the conflict, indicating compliance with Israeli military censorship. CNN’s use of language, hiring decisions, and adherence to specific instructions have raised questions about external influences on its reporting.