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WHO says health services in south Gaza will run out of fuel in three days

The World Health Organization said Wednesday that closing the Rafah border crossing would mean health services in southern Gaza would run out of fuel in three days. “Without more aid to Gaza, we cannot maintain our vital support to hospitals,” WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told a news briefing. President Biden told CNN on Wednesday that he would halt the shipment of U.S. offensive weapons to Israel if the country pursues a long-planned ground invasion of Rafah.

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