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WHO calls for humanitarian corridor in Gaza
Published Friday 25/07/2014 (updated) 26/07/2014 15:43
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JERUSALEM (Ma'an) -- The World Health Organization called on Friday for a "humanitarian corridor" to be set up in the Gaza Strip to allow aid members to evacuate the wounded and bring in medicine.

The WHO said in a statement that four hospitals have been attacked in Gaza Strip since the beginning of the Israeli offensive.

The statement added that the organization called for a corridor in Gaza to allow the evacuation of the wounded and the provision of medicine.

At least 840 Palestinian shave been killed and 5,400 injured in 18 days of Israeli assault on the tiny coastal enclave.
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1 ) Outlier / USA
26/07/2014 01:46
Asked for for the right reasons, but likely to be rejected for the right reasons. Hamas has used humanitarian aid to attack tunnels into Israel, hardened weapon storage and weaponry. A one-way flow of children, women and the elderly might be acceptable, but no aid should be let into Gaza until a comprehensive ceasefire is agreed on by both parties.
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