|Flour, pasta, sugar, coffee, chocolate, tomato sauce, lentils, date bars, juice, chickpeas, blankets, hospital beds, and other humanitarian-based items are all sitting in at least eight storage points approximately 50 kilometres from Gaza's border. Three months after the end of the war, much of the aid has either rotted or been irreparably damaged as a result of Egypt's refusal to open the Rafah crossing.
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