Israel-Hamas war LIVE: 32 babies in critical condition, Gaza's largest hospital becomes "death zone"
Twenty-five of Gaza's hospitals aren't functioning due to a lack of fuel, damage and other problems, and the other 11 are only partially operational, according to the World Health Organization.
The United Nations estimated 2,300 patients, staff and displaced Palestinians were sheltering at Al-Shifa before Israeli troops moved in on Wednesday.
Ambulances transported wounded residents out of the Palestinian enclave for urgent medical care in neighbouring Egypt.
The Al-Quds Hospital is in northern Gaza, which has borne the brunt of Israeli air raids since Hamas staged their biggest-ever attacks on Israel on October 7.
Hamas told people to ignore the evacuation order, and families in Gaza faced what they saw as a no-win decision to leave or stay, with no safe ground anywhere.
Some were in cars, many others were on foot as they sought to make the trip to the south of the densely populated territory that is home to 2.4 million people on its 362 square kilometres.
Tens of thousands of workers in Israel from nations including Thailand and the Philippines send their earnings home to support their families.
Out of the approximately 1700 tourists stranded in north Sikkim, a total of 690 tourists, including 26 foreigners, have been rescued by air from Lachen and Lachung towns by IAF since Monday.
Emergency responders were constructing firebreaks, installing sprinkler lines and water cannons, and laying fire retardant in an effort to prevent the blaze from reaching the city.
Electricity was mostly restored but 9,200 households were still without power by Tuesday evening, according to a local utility.
Visitors were evacuated from both the three floors and the square under the monument shortly after 1:30 pm.
One of the most affected places was the town of Hoenefossen where the Begna river had gone over its banks and authorities were considering moving more people downstream for fear of landslides.
The fire, which came at the height of the nation's summer holiday season, is the deadliest in France since a blaze at a bar in the northern city of Rouen in 2016 killed 14 people.
Over 14,300 people were evacuated from the city of more than 700,000, according to the local disaster relief agency.
In the last three days, two people died after heavy rains lashed the state.
After anti-French protests unleashed by the coup, Paris on Tuesday said it would withdraw its nationals from the capital Niamey.
As the ash could not be evacuated through the pipeline, the power plant is releasing it into the ash pond.
The air force said a search and rescue operation was underway, but the prospects were not good for the two pilots as the plane had no ejection system.
Six floors of Tower D partially collapsed in February last year, leading to the death of two women residents.
Officials begin evacuation of 150 people in Mulugu district as the water level of Godavari river rises with several routes in erstwhile Adilabad and Nizamabad districts being closed.