Anne-Sophie Bonefeld

Jerusalem-based Spokeswoman, International Committee of the Red Cross

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Spokeswoman for the International Committee of the Red Cross, based Jerusalem

Anne-Sophie Bonefeld on KCRW

Israel said today it welcomes efforts by France and Egypt to negotiate a ceasefire in Gaza.  Meantime, under heavy pressure from humanitarian organizations, Israel suspended fighting…

Israel, Gaza and the Prospects for Peace

Israel said today it welcomes efforts by France and Egypt to negotiate a ceasefire in Gaza.  Meantime, under heavy pressure from humanitarian organizations, Israel suspended fighting…

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Israel is under intense international pressure, and today it suspended attacks in Gaza to ease the humanitarian crisis.  After three hours, the fighting resumed.

Israel, Gaza and the Prospects for Peace

Israel is under intense international pressure, and today it suspended attacks in Gaza to ease the humanitarian crisis.  After three hours, the fighting resumed.

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