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Netanyahu accuses UN of being slow to provide Gaza refugee relief

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused the United Nations on Thursday of being slow to attend to the spiraling humanitarian crisis in Gaza, saying its relief workers had not entered a designated "safe zone" for Palestinian refugees.

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“I have yet to see the effort that I would like to see on the part of the UN and international agencies,” Netanyahu told the visiting Spanish and Belgian prime ministers, according to a Hebrew-language transcript of the meeting issued by his office.

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