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Live blog update| Israel's war on Gaza

Evening recap

Our live coverage from Gaza will shortly be closing until tomorrow morning.

Here are some of the day's key developments:

  • Israeli forces have killed at least 10 Palestinians and wounded 73 more in the past 24 hours, according to the Palestinian health ministry bringing the Palestinian death toll since 7 October to 37,347, with more than 85,372 wounded

  • Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu dissolved the war cabinet days after key opposition figure Benny Gantz quit it, the Israeli public broadcaster Kan reported on Monday

  • Israeli forces have torched and destroyed facilities at the Rafah crossing between the Gaza Strip and Egypt, including halls used for travellers' arrival and departure, according to local officials and media reports

  • Israeli opposition leader Yair Lapid has said that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu should dissolve the Israeli government,  following the leader's decision to disband the war cabinet after the resignation of key opposition figure Benny Gantz

  • According to a new poll by the Jewish People Policy Institute, around 60 per cent of Israelis want the country to accept a captives-for-ceasefire deal presented by US President Joe Biden

  • The Israeli army has claimed that it control over 60 to 70 percent of the city of Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip

  • In 2023, Israel's defence exports reached a historic high, exceeding 13 billion dollars, as reported by the Defense Exports Department of the Defence Ministry