Mohamed Hamdy, 37, waits to cross the border at Rafah in Egypt. Egypt opened its border with the blockaded Gaza Strip letting Palestinians cross after an Israeli attack on a flotilla to sustain the blockade.
Mohamed Hamdy, 37, waits to cross the border at Rafah in Egypt. Egypt opened its border with the blockaded Gaza Strip letting Palestinians cross after an Israeli attack on a flotilla to sustain the blockade. Miret el Naggar/MCT
Mohamed Hamdy, 37, waits to cross the border at Rafah in Egypt. Egypt opened its border with the blockaded Gaza Strip letting Palestinians cross after an Israeli attack on a flotilla to sustain the blockade. Miret el Naggar/MCT

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