Tagged: Occupied Palestinian Territory and Israel

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A coalition of major humanitarian, human rights and development organizations called on the European Union today to immediately suspend any further enhancement of its relations with Israel until it agrees to a comprehensive ceasefire and provides unimpeded humanitarian access.

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Civilian casualties mount as talks on ceasefire hit political obstacles. Tens of thousands of families under siege in Gaza are facing desperate conditions as mounting civilian casualties swamp a hospital system that is close to collapse.

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Oxfam water distribution in Gaza. Photo: Oxfam

In Gaza, over 80 percent of the population depend on humanitarian aid. Oxfam supports partner organizations in both the Occupied Palestinian Territories and in Israel, promoting a just and sustainable peace between Israelis and Palestinians.

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A paramedic working for an Oxfam funded organization was killed when an Israeli shell struck a civilian ambulance in Gaza today according to international agency Oxfam.

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Agency refutes Israeli foreign minister’s view as sewage pours onto the streets.

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UN Security Council must pass binding resolution demanding an immediate halt to violence.

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Oxfam International called on EU foreign ministers to go beyond calls for increased humanitarian access into Gaza and push Israel and Hamas to agree an immediate ceasefire.

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The people of the Gaza Strip are facing a humanitarian crisis unless the bombing stops and the Israelis allow immediate access for aid shipments.

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Today, aid agencies and human rights groups working in Gaza called on Israel, Hamas and other Palestinian militant groups to pull back from the brink of an all-out military confrontation.

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World leaders must step up and exercise all their political might to break the blockade of Gaza. As a matter of humanitarian imperative, Israeli leaders must resume supplies into Gaza without further delay.

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