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At least 195 Palestinians were killed after two Israeli attacks on Gaza's largest refugee camp on Tuesday and Wednesday, said the Hamas-run government media office, in a statement. The Palestinian militant group also said that around 120 were still missing under the rubble, and at least 777 more were wounded. Meanwhile, the Israeli army said that they killed a number of members of Hamas leaders who were hiding in the camp. United Nations Human Rights Office said Israeli strikes on the densely populated Jabalia refugee camp in northern Gaza "could amount to war crimes."