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The United Nations said it would not be able to deliver basic necessities to the Gaza Strip through the Rafah border crossing with Egypt on Friday due to communication collapsing in the Palestinian enclave and a lack of fuel. The World Health Organization warned that the paralyzed aid would mean the “immediate possibility of starvation” for the roughly 2.3 million people living in the embattled region.
“The communications network in #Gaza is down because there is NO fuel,” the U.N. agency that operates in Gaza, UNRWA, said in a statement on social media. “This makes it impossible to manage or coordinate humanitarian aid convoys.”
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