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Israel accuses Hamas of using roadblocks to stop civilians fleeing


Israel has accused Hamas of using roadblocks to prevent civilians fleeing Gaza City, France 24's Andrew Hilliar reports from Tel Aviv. At the same time, the UN has warned fuel is running out in hospitals across the enclave.

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