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Palestinian civilians in densely populated Gaza have no place to hide from Israel's military offensive and children are paying the heaviest price, the United Nations said Tuesday.Twenty-nine Israelis, 27 of them soldiers, have died.More than 1.2 million of the 1.8 million people in Gaza have no water or only limited access to water as power networks have been damaged or lack fuel for generators, he said.The U.N.'s World Food Program has distributed emergency food rations and food vouchers to more than 90,000 people so far, spokeswoman Elisabeth Byrs said.The World Health Organization said that 18 health facilities in Gaza have now been damaged, including three hospitals.
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