Airstrikes Worsen Gaza's Humanitarian Situation The U.N. Relief and Works Agency is the main provider of basic services for Palestinian refugees in Gaza. Spokesperson Christopher Gunness says there have been a lot of civilian casualties, and hospitals are stretched to their breaking points. He also expects the situation to get worse as the bombing raids continue.
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Airstrikes Worsen Gaza's Humanitarian Situation

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Airstrikes Worsen Gaza's Humanitarian Situation

Airstrikes Worsen Gaza's Humanitarian Situation

Airstrikes Worsen Gaza's Humanitarian Situation

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The U.N. Relief and Works Agency is the main provider of basic services for Palestinian refugees in Gaza. Spokesperson Christopher Gunness says there have been a lot of civilian casualties, and hospitals are stretched to their breaking points. He tells Renee Montagne that the situation is expected to get worse as the bombing raids continue.