Status quo sees Palestinians killed by Israeli fire week after week.
Gaza health care system
Thirty-eight boys and girls have been killed during Great March of Return.
Gaza hospitals ration and suspend services as emergency fuel runs out.
Disruption of care will have “dangerous repercussions” for patients, rights group warns.
Withdrawal of PA personnel from Rafah crossing spells effective closure of the besieged territory.
UN envoy warns of “devastating consequences” if escalation is not contained.
Doctors do their best to save lives and limbs despite Gaza's collapsing health system.
Life returns to normal in Israel while Gaza hospitals run out of fuel.
Rate of babies dying in their first year, in decline worldwide, has stagnated over past decade.
More than 100 have been killed during Great March of Return protests as Palestinians mark 70 years of dispossession.
Hospitals struggle to cope with high number of protest casualties.
Video recorded by Israeli soldiers shows them celebrating after felling unarmed Palestinian demonstrator.
Power supply increases, but barely enough to relieve dire situation.
Palestinian Authority refuses to allow transfer of patients out of Gaza.
Blackouts force delays on vital operations.
Number of people exiting Gaza through Israel drops to lowest level in years.
Unable to access specialized treatment, patients left to "die in silence."