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2024-05-18 06:18:09

First Relief Supplies Reach Gaza Strip via US-Built Floating Dock

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The US military anchored a floating dock off the Gaza Strip coast, with the first trucks carrying relief supplies driving over the pier to provide humanitarian aid. Although aid is entering through the new pier, US officials stress the essential nature of land routes to combat the escalating crisis in Gaza.

While the deliveries aim to prevent famine and alleviate suffering, more actions are required to meet the urgent needs of the Palestinian population. As the US-supported maritime corridor operates, Israel continues to mobilize troops in Rafah, emphasizing the ongoing intensity of the conflict in the region.

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