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News Wrap: U.S. military airdrops humanitarian aid into Gaza

Season 2024 Episode 63 | 2m 36s

In our news wrap Saturday, U.S. officials say Israel has essentially agreed to a proposed cease-fire in Gaza, the U.S. military aircraft dropped humanitarian aid into southwest Gaza, firefighters in Texas battle the largest wildfire in state history, Trump won Missouri’s Republican caucuses and all 39 delegates awarded by Michigan’s party convention, and fashion icon Iris Appel died at age 102.

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