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WHO Study Sought On Palestinian Children Affected By Conflict

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Children are the worst affected by the Israeli attacks on Palestine, with 60 percent of them being anemic.

High on the meeting's agenda were attacks against health staff and ambulances in Palestine. The statement said that 38 health workers had died in the line of duty in the occupied territory while 2,149 ambulances were blocked entry. Ambulances were the main target of the Israeli forces with 36 vehicles vandalized and 143 damaged.


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