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A crane moves humanitarian aid for Gaza in a joint mission between NGOs Open Arms and World Central Kitchen at the port of Larnaca, Cyprus, March 8, 2024.

Santi Palacios/Open Arms-World Central Kitchen/Handout via REUTERS

Aid trickles into Gaza – but how’s it getting there?

Amid warnings that close to 600,000 Gazans face famine, the World Food Programme said six of its trucks managed to enter northern Gaza for just the first time in three weeks on Wednesday.

What aid is actually getting into the enclave, and by what routes?

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