Food aid convoy for 150,000 people enters Gaza

A United Nations World Food Programme convoy carrying food for 150,000 people has entered Gaza for the first time since 2007, it has been announced.

The aid reached the Rafah crossing from Egypt after a seven-hour drive from Alexandria, the organisation said.

An open-ended ceasefire between Israel and Hamas has so far held, with both sides claiming victory after the seven-week conflict.

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Dozens watch public executions in Gaza outside mosque

Dozens of Palestinians look on as seven men believed to be Israeli informants are publicly executed outside a mosque in central Gaza.

The executions happened in front of worshippers. Credit: Reuters

The seven men, who had their hands tied and bags put over their head, were led to a wall and shot dead by masked executioners.

A pro-Hamas website said it would serve as a warning that anyone who aids the Israelis would also be killed in what is known as the "strangling necks operation".

One man believed to be an informant is led to his death. Credit: Reuters

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