Dozens are feared dead, and more may be buried under the rubble following an Israeli airstrike targeting the Jabalia refugee camp in Gaza, as reported by Al Jazeera on Sunday.
Footage from the area shows severe damage in residential zones, with people carrying the dead and wounded away from the scene.
Last month, over 80 people were killed in double Israeli strikes on the same camp.
The continuous Israeli attacks are hindering rescue efforts, making it challenging for responders to reach the victims.
The Gaza health ministry reported at least 193 Palestinians killed since the truce ended, adding to the more than 15,000 Palestinians killed since the start of the conflict.
Israel has pledged to eliminate Hamas following an October 7 attack, claiming 1,200 casualties and over 200 hostages.
Amid efforts to secure the release of hostages through indirect talks with Hamas and military operations in Gaza, Israel is designating some missing as dead in captivity.
A medical committee is reviewing videos from the October 7 attack to determine signs of lethal injuries among those abducted, providing a form of closure for anxious relatives.
Since the truce expired, Israeli authorities have declared six civilians and an army colonel dead in captivity.