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Over 100,000 diarrhea, respiratory infections’ cases in Gaza: WHO
WHO has reported 44,000 cases of diarrhea and 70,000 respiratory infections in Gaza, while the number of cases is expected to get even higher.
Gaza: The diseases have been spreading rapidly in Gaza since the devastating attacks by Israel.
According to foreign media, the World Health Organization (WHO) spokeswoman in Geneva, Margaret Harris, said in a briefing on the situation in Gaza: “If the health and sanitation system in the Gaza Strip is not restored, the people of Gaza may die of more diseases than the bomb”.
The spokesman stated that since October 7, Israeli attacks have been continuing in Gaza, due to which all systems, including infrastructure, have been destroyed, while the shortage of other medical needs including fuel is worst due to attacks on hospitals.
WHO spokesperson added that due to poor sanitation, other infections such as bad stomach are spreading rapidly and unfortunately, due to the collapse of the treatment system, it has become difficult to save lives.
In addition, the attack on Gaza's largest al-Shifa hospital, WHO described as a 'tragedy' and expressed concern over the detention of senior doctors, including the director of the hospital, by Israeli forces this month.
According to media reports, WHO has reported 44,000 cases of diarrhea and 70,000 respiratory infections in Gaza, while the number of cases is expected to get even higher.
Reports indicated that Gaza has a population of 2.3 million, half of whom are children, who are also deprived of drinking water.
CTD releases report on terrorism incidents in KP
According to the report, 837 militants have been arrested in the incidents of terrorism.
Peshawar: The Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) has released a report on the incidents of terrorism in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
According to the CTD report, 806 incidents of terrorism have taken place in the province so far this year and in 243 incidents of terrorism, police have been targeted.
The report stated that the highest number of terrorist incidents occurred in DI Khan (132), Khyber (103), Peshawar (89), North Waziristan (86) and South Waziristan (50).
According to the report, 837 militants have been arrested in the incidents of terrorism, of which 245 militants were arrested from Peshawar, 57 from Khyber, 58 from Kohat and 39 from Charsadda.
Toshakhana case: Imran Khan's bail extended till Dec 6
The bail please of Al-Qadir Trust case, 190 million pounds scam and Tosha Khana case were heard in Adiala Jail.
Rawalpindi: The Accountability Court Judge Mohammad Basheer extended the bail of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan's bail till December 06 in the Toshakhana case.
According to the details, the bail please of Al-Qadir Trust case, 190 million pounds scam and Tosha Khana case were heard in Adiala Jail.
The hearing on the petitions was conducted by Judge Muhammad Bashir of the Accountability Court who also extended Bushra Bibi's interim bail in the Al-Qadir Trust and £190 million case till December 6.
Imran Khan and his wife Bushra Bibi, National Accountability Bureau (NAB) prosecutor Muzaffar Abbasi appeared in the court along with a team of lawyers.
Apart from this, Chairman PTI and Bushra Bibi's lawyer Latif Khosa also appeared in the court.
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