A truck loaded with Qatari-bought fuel arrives at Gaza main power plant in the central Gaza Strip October 24, 2018. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem
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Israel Wednesday allowed a resumption of Qatari-financed fuel deliveries to Gaza after a 12-day halt it imposed over protests along the border, the Palestinian territory's sole power plant said.Near-daily protests along the Gaza border since March 30 against Israel's crippling 11-year blockade of the impoverished enclave have sparked repeated clashes with the army.Under the limited agreement Qatar, a longtime Hamas backer, was to pay $60 million for fuel to be brought into Gaza over six months.
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