EU to provide €3 million in aid for Gaza residents

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January 4, 2009 10:56

 
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The European Union on Sunday said it will provide €3 million in urgent humanitarian aid for Palestinians in Gaza. It said the aid, including food, emergency shelter repairs and medical aid, will be provided through the United Nations. EU Development Affairs Commissioner Louis Michel called on Israel to let the aid through.

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