Six Americans killed since Hamas' Oct. 7 attack into Israel - State Department
- United States
There are a little more than 1,200 Americans, legal permanent residents and family members still in Gaza and at least six U.S. citizens have been killed since the Oct. 7 rampage into Israel by Hamas, the U.S. State Department said on Monday. State Department spokesman Matthew Miller told a briefing that around 800 Americans, legal permanent residents and family members had left Gaza via the Rafah crossing to Egypt and "there are a little over 1,200 left."
Six Americans have died since Hamas' Oct. 7 attack, he said, comprised of five Israeli troops - four killed in Gaza and one killed in northern Israel - and a national police border officer.
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