Some 8.5 million British holidaymakers are putting their health and finances at risk by travelling without proper insurance, according to a major healthcare provider.
Bupa warned the millions of Brits planning to go on holiday without insurance they faced bills of tens of thousands of pounds if they needed treatment abroad.
The only power station in the Gaza strip was destroyed by Isreali fire during another day of fighting in the escalating conflict.
Amnesty International called the destruction of the power station "collective punishment of Palestinians", as those living in the Gaza strip were already enduring power cuts of 20 hours or more.
Have you been faced with expensive medical bills abroad because you didn't get travel insurance? Did you assume your European Health Card (EHIC) would cover you if you became ill on holiday in Europe?
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