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'Nothing can justify the collective punishment of the Palestinian people': UN chief


"Nothing can justify the collective punishment of the Palestinian people. The humanitarian situation in Gaza is beyond words. Nowhere and no one is safe," UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres tells a press briefing in New York. SOUNDBITE

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