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Biden says Israel agreed to let aid into Gaza ‘as soon as possible’

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US President Joe Biden said Wednesday that Israel has agreed to allow aid into the impoverished Gaza Strip even as it wages a military campaign in response to Hamas attacks.

“Israel agreed the humanitarian assistance can begin to move from Egypt to Gaza,” Biden said on a visit to Israel, adding that the United States was working with partners to get “trucks moving across the border as soon as possible.”

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