Egypt opens passage for Palestinians to enter Gaza

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  • In Egypt, the Rafah passage was opened this week to allow stranded Palestinians to return to the Gaza strip. The Palestinian embassy in Cairo said it has a list of stranded travelers and only those on the list will be allowed to cross. Adel El Mahrouky reports.

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