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The United Nations' World Food Program (WFP) resumed aid movement from the pier following a prior suspension due to security issues.

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The UN starts to move tons of aid from US-built pier after security fears suspended work there

The United Nations’ World Food Program (WFP) resumed aid movement from the pier following a prior suspension due to security issues. Humanitarian workers are transporting aid from a U.S.-built pier in Gaza to warehouses in the area, addressing concerns of famine amid the Israel-Hamas conflict. This aid transfer is a temporary measure to prevent spoilage before the beach is cleared, according to WFP spokesperson Abeer Etefa.

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