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Effort to Raise $3 Billion for Palestinians in Post-Israel Gaza

The Bush administration is working with James D. Wolfensohn, the former World Bank president, and with Palestinian, other Arab and European leaders to assemble a large new international aid package for Palestinian areas after Israel’s disengagement from Gaza, American and other officials said Thursday. The package, which some officials said could approach $3 billion over three years, would supplement roughly $1 billion a year already given by the United States and others for the Palestinian Authority. It would be for specific projects in Gaza, including a seaport, border crossings and other infrastructure. Full Story

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