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The father of 12-year-old Rahaf al-Dayer holds her covered body at al-Shifa hospital, after she was killed in an Israeli airstrike that destroyed the upper floors of a commercial building and caused damage to the nearby health ministry and prime health care clinic, in Gaza City, on May 17, 2021. AFP
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The grandfather of Palestinian Mahmoud Shtawi, 19, cries during his funeral on May 19, 2021 in Gaza City, after he was killed in an Israeli air strike. AFP
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Palestinian Wael Bernat, left, comforts his crying son Ahmad during the funeral of his other son Islam Bernat, 16, in the West Bank city of Ramallah, Wednesday, May 19, 2021.AP
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Relatives of 23-year-old Muntaser Jawabreh, who succumbed to his injuries after being wounded two days ago in clashes with Israeli troops during protests against the ongoing Israeli airstrikes on Gaza, mourn at his funeral in the village of Oum Dar east of Jenin in the occupied West Bank on May 20, 2021. AFP
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Suzy Ishkontana, 7, is kissed by her father Riad Ishkontana, 42, at Shifa Hospital in Gaza City, Tuesday, May 18, 2021. Suzy and her father Riad were the only survivors of their family after an Israeli airstrike destroyed one of the buildings they lived in in Gaza City early Sunday, killing her mother and four siblings. The man and his daughter were pulled alive from under the rubble after several hours. AP
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relative of Palestinian Diama Assalea, 11, mourns during her funeral following an Israeli air strike amid Israeli-Palestinian fighting, in Jabalia, in the northern Gaza Strip, on May 20, 2021. AFP
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