2 August 2014

Egypt Reopens Rafah Terminal for Stranded People, Humanitarian Cases

Egypt reopened Friday the Rafah border crossing for stranded people and humanitarian cases coming from the Gaza Strip.

As many as 247 people crossed the Rafah crossing between Egypt and the Gaza Strip on Friday, an official source with the terminal said.

The source said that 230 people have arrived in Egypt from Gaza, while 17 others have left for the opposite side.


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