Israel reportedly will allow humanitarian goods into Strip ravaged by IDF strikes

Israel will reportedly allow 24 trucks of fuel, food, and medicine into the Gaza Strip tomorrow through the Kerem Shalom goods crossing, the Kan public broadcaster reports, citing Palestinian sources.

The coastal enclave has been ravaged by IDF strikes that damaged the power-line, leaving Gaza with roughly six to eight hours of electricity a day, according to the UN.

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