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Hamas says Israel 'preventing vaccines from entering Gaza'

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Hamas says Israel is "preventing coronavirus vaccines from entering into the Gaza Strip" and is a "violation of all international laws and human norms".

Added on the 16/02/2021 20:21:44 - Copyright : AFP EN

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