There are just over 1,200 Americans, legal permanent residents and their family members, still in Gaza and at least six U.S. citizens have been killed since Hamas’ Oct. 7 rampage in Israel, the Department of Defense said Monday. American state.
State Department spokesman Matthew Miller said at a press briefing that approximately 800 Americans, legal permanent residents and their family members, had left Gaza through the Rafah crossing to Egypt and that “there are just over 1,200 left.”
Six Americans have died since the Oct. 7 Hamas attack, he said, including five Israeli soldiers — four killed in Gaza and one killed in northern Israel — and a national police border agent. .
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