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An Indian's Journey Into Rawalpindi's Pakistan Military Headquarters Ninety-three airstrikes damaging water and sanitation infrastructure have been recorded, leaving 1.2 million Palestinians with limited entry to services and 400,000 without constant entry to wash piped water. Half of the electricity traces to Gaza have been damaged, leading to electrical energy cuts for most Palestinians from 9 to 10 hours a day. Nine hospitals and 19 different health amenities suffered important harm, and there's a severe scarcity of important drugs and medical supplies in both Gaza and the West Bank. In mid-1999, Pakistani paramilitary forces and Kashmiri insurgents captured the abandoned, however strategic, Himalayan heights within the Kargil district of India. These had been vacated by the Indian Army during the onset of the inhospitable winter and were to be reoccupied in spring. The troops that took management of these areas received important help, of both arms and supplies, from