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The decision may generate momentum for the recognition of a Palestinian state by other EU countries and spur further steps at the United Nations.
The Israeli military argued their bombs were too small to have directly caused the blaze, which killed dozens of Palestinians and drew international outrage.
The Papua New Guinea government said thousands are believed to have been buried alive in a landslide in the South Pacific island nation.
The Israeli prime minister faces extreme backlash after his military bombed a tent camp and killed dozens of displaced Palestinians who were engulfed in flames.
Israel accused Spain of "rewarding terror" for recognizing Palestinian statehood, while Madrid called for sanctions against Israel for its attacks on Rafah.
Passenger Paul Mocc told Irish broadcaster RTE that he saw "people hitting the roof” and food and drink flying everywhere.
The court's order has deepened a disconnect with the U.S. over Israel's military operation in Gaza that faces mounting international condemnation.
Thousands gathered in Tel Aviv to protest the Israeli government and call for the release of hostages still being held by Hamas and for a cease-fire in Gaza.
The government figure is roughly triple the U.N. estimate of 670 killed by Friday's landslide in the South Pacific island nation's mountainous interior.
Footage from the scene shows heavy destruction and burned corpses in the so-called "safe zone" as many others remain trapped in flaming debris.