Lebanon Conflict Overshadows New Gaza Crisis

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The conflict in Lebanon between the Israeli military and Hezbollah militants has turned world attention away from another battle raging in the Gaza Strip, where Israel is engaged in a military campaign to recover a captured soldier. An estimated 100 Palestinians have died in the conflict.

John Ging, the director of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency, talks with Madeleine Brand about the growing humanitarian crisis.



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