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U.N. rips lack of aid access in Lebanon

The top U.N. humanitarian official criticized Israel and Hezbollah on Thursday for hindering aid agencies’ access to trapped civilians in southern Lebanon, saying it was a “disgrace” they had failed to allow convoys to get through. Jan Egeland said a plan worked out with Israel, Lebanon and Hezbollah to funnel aid through humanitarian corridors has not worked the way each side had promised. He blamed all groups for the failure, which he said is preventing relief workers from saving lives. Full Story

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