A Deal for Aid Into Gaza, and More

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By Ketrin Agustine

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Two lines of trucks in various colors stand in a tight line.
Trucks carrying humanitarian aid from Egyptian NGOs for Palestinians wait for the reopening of the Rafah crossing at the Egyptian side, to enter Gaza, amid the ongoing conflict between Israel and the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas.Reuters
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