A Palestinian sits among the debris of buildings destroyed in Israeli shelling in Johr al-Deek village of Gaza City, Gaza on August 17, 2014. Ashraf Amra / Anadolu Agency (Ashraf Amra - Anadolu Agency)
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United Nations humanitarian chief Valerie Amos said Sunday on a visit to Iran that it will take months to repair damage to the UN's infrastructure caused by the Israeli bombardment of Gaza.Amos was speaking to reporters at the start of a two-day visit for talks with Iranian officials on the humanitarian crises wreaked by conflicts in the Gaza Strip, Syria and Iraq.Turning to Syria, she said that 11 million people were in need of humanitarian aid, including 241,000 living in areas under siege.
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