BBC’s Mishal Husain clashes with Israel spokesperson over Gaza death toll – latest news
Live footage showed staff carefully lifting the tiny babies from inside an ambulance and placing them in mobile incubators.
Premature babies who were evacuated from Gaza’s largest hospital Al-Shifa have arrived in Egypt through the Rafah crossing.
The Egyptian minister of health is reportedly at the El Arish airport, some 30 miles from the Gaza border, as part of the team receiving the newborns.
In total, 31 babies were moved from Al-Shifa this weekend after Israel’s days-long siege of the hospital.
It is not yet known if or when the other three will also be transported to Egypt for treatment.
This comes as fears mount that Israel is in the beginning stages of an onslaught of another hospital in northern Gaza.
Fierce fighting is ongoing at the Indonesian hospital, with at least a dozen people killed and more injured.
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Meanwhile, a BBC presenter clashed with Israeli government spokesperson Eylon Levy over the number of deaths in Gaza since October 7.