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Unicef ready to help in case of ‘humanitarian ceasefire’

Toby Fricker from Unicef says they would like it if Hamas and Israel would agree to stop fighting, so hostages can be set free.

Even though we don’t know all the details yet, a Hamas official told Al Jazeera that they have been talking about how long the agreement would last, bringing aid into Gaza, and trading prisoners and hostages.

Fricker, speaking from Amman, Jordan, told the BBC that if there is a ceasefire for helping people in Gaza, supplies should be brought in quickly to shelters and to people in need all over the area.

Fricker said the help would be very important for saving lives and stopping another disaster with diseases spreading in the winter.

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