UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has said Gaza is becoming a graveyard for children and called for an urgent ceasefire in the enclave.

Talking to reporters, the UN chief said Israel Forces continued bombardment, air strikes and ground offensive are hitting civilians, hospitals, refugee camps, mosques, churches and UN facilities and no one is safe.

Meanwhile, the Palestinian health ministry said at least 10,022 Palestinians have so far been killed including 4,104 children since Israel started its aggression on October 7.

On the other hand, international organizations have said hospitals cannot cope with the wounded and food and clean water are running out and called an immediate humanitarian ceasefire.

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