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2024-05-17 15:11:26
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US-built Floating Dock Delivers Humanitarian Aid to Gaza Amid Israel-Gaza Conflict

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Amid the ongoing conflict between Israel and Gaza, a US-built floating dock off the coast of Gaza has facilitated the delivery of humanitarian aid to the Palestinian population. The first trucks carrying relief supplies have crossed the makeshift pier, aiming to prevent a potential famine in Gaza.

The USA has set up the pier to deliver up to 150 truckloads of aid daily, although land deliveries remain crucial for providing essential food, water, and fuel. In response to the conflict, Spain has prohibited the docking of ships carrying weapons for Israel, aligning with its policy against arms exports to Israel.

This development comes as South Africa urges the International Court of Justice to order a halt to Israel's assault on Rafah, highlighting the escalating tensions and international concerns surrounding the conflict.

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EL PAÍS: el periódico global
17. Mai 2024 um 19:54

War between Israel and Gaza, live updates | US-built floating dock begins operations to deliver humanitarian aid to Gaza

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The first trucks with humanitarian aid have arrived on land from the floating dock built by the US military off the coast of Gaza. The US House of Representatives has passed a bill that requires the Joe Biden Administration to send weapons to Israel. The Spanish Minister of Foreign Affairs, José Manuel Albares, has reaffirmed that no ship loaded with arms for Israel will be allowed to dock at Spanish ports.
News - South China Morning Post
17. Mai 2024 um 07:41

Israel-Gaza war: US military says first aid shipment delivered via floating pier

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Trucks carrying aid for the Gaza Strip have crossed a newly built US floating pier into the enclave for the first time, as Israeli restrictions and heavy fighting have hindered the delivery of supplies. The shipment is part of an ongoing operation that could scale up to 150 truckloads per day. However, the pier project is not considered a substitute for land deliveries, which are needed to bring in all the necessary food, water, and fuel for Gaza.
Deutsche Welle: DW.com - Nachrichten
17. Mai 2024 um 13:10

Gaza Strip: First Relief Supplies Reach Makeshift Pier

Politics
On Thursday, a floating dock was anchored off the coast of the Gaza Strip by the US military. Now, the first trucks carrying relief supplies have driven over the makeshift pier to deliver humanitarian aid to the Palestinian civilian population. The dock is intended to serve as a hub for the delivery of relief supplies and prevent a famine in the Gaza Strip.
Spiegel Topmeldungen
17. Mai 2024 um 08:05

Israel-Gaza Conflict: Aid delivered to Gaza for the first time via makeshift US pier - DER SPIEGEL

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The Israel-Gaza conflict has led to a humanitarian crisis in the Gaza Strip. The USA has set up a makeshift pier off the coast to deliver aid to the Gaza Strip. Up to 150 truckloads are planned to be transported daily via the pier and distributed by aid organizations.
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