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Israel targets Rafah after militants launch rocket attack

Season 2023 Episode 352 | 4m 32s

The top United Nations humanitarian official says the delivery of food, water and other aid to Gaza is not nearly enough, and not arriving quickly enough for nearly two million people in need. Meantime, Israel pressed its offensive in Southern Gaza and its pursuit of top Hamas leaders there as the war marked two months since the terror attacks of October 7. Geoff Bennett reports.

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