WORLD Israel allows some relief aid, personnel into Gaza while UN seeks greater access

WORLD

Israel allows some relief aid, personnel into Gaza while UN seeks greater access

Xinhua

19:16, May 26, 2021

Palestinian children hold candles near buildings destroyed in Israeli air strikes in the southern Gaza Strip city of Rafah, on May 25, 2021. Limited international relief cargo, COVID-19 vaccines and aid workers are allowed into Gaza while the United Nations calls on Israel to open all crossings, UN humanitarians said on Tuesday. [Photo by Khaled Omar/Xinhua]

Palestinians hold candles near buildings destroyed in Israeli air strikes in the southern Gaza Strip city of Rafah, on May 25, 2021. Limited international relief cargo, COVID-19 vaccines and aid workers are allowed into Gaza while the United Nations calls on Israel to open all crossings, UN humanitarians said on Tuesday. [Photo by Khaled Omar/Xinhua]

Palestinian children hold candles near buildings destroyed in Israeli air strikes in the southern Gaza Strip city of Rafah, on May 25, 2021. Limited international relief cargo, COVID-19 vaccines and aid workers are allowed into Gaza while the United Nations calls on Israel to open all crossings, UN humanitarians said on Tuesday. [Photo by Khaled Omar/Xinhua]

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