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Gaza communications blackout ends, giving rise to hope for the...

Internet and phone service has been partially restored in the Gaza Strip, ending a telecommunications blackout that disrupted humanitarian aid deliveries. An Israeli airstrike in Khan Younis killed at least 26 Palestinians. Israel plans to expand its offensive in the south while continuing operations in the north. The UN has warned that Gaza is running critically short of food and water, and it is unclear when aid deliveries will resume. The Palestinian telecommunications provider was able to restart its generators after receiving fuel from UNRWA. Israel has agreed to allow a minimal amount of fuel into Gaza each day for humanitarian purposes.

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