On Oct. 7, Hamas militants killed nearly 1,400 Israelis in communities near the Gaza border, along with 23 Thai and Filipino migrant workers and 10 Nepali agriculture students. Another 250 people were taken hostage in the attack, according to reports published by the Guardian.
In the following days, Israel began a bombing campaign in Gaza, ordering about 1.3 million people to leave the northern portion of the tiny territory while also cutting it off from humanitarian supplies. At the time of publication, Time Magazine and the
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