Israel Reseals Border Crossings With Gaza Strip The U.N. is warning that hundreds of thousands of people in the Gaza Strip face severe shortages of fuel and food because Israel has sealed the borders. Israel allowed minimal aid in before reclosing the borders, citing Palestinian rocket and mortar fire. The informal truce between Israel and Hamas, which controls Gaza, has all but collapsed.
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Israel Reseals Border Crossings With Gaza Strip

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Israel Reseals Border Crossings With Gaza Strip

Israel Reseals Border Crossings With Gaza Strip

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The United Nations is warning that hundreds of thousands of people in the Gaza Strip face severe shortages of fuel and food because Israel has sealed the borders.

Israel allowed a minimal amount of aid into the coastal territory Monday before reclosing the borders, citing Palestinian rocket and mortar fire.

The informal truce between Israel and Hamas, which controls Gaza, has all but collapsed.

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