Sara Hussein

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Middle East correspondent for Agence France-Presse

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When he spoke to reporters this morning, President Obama addressed the crisis in Gaza. He said that Secretary of State John Kerry is seeking Egypt’s help in negotiating a ceasefire.

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When he spoke to reporters this morning, President Obama addressed the crisis in Gaza. He said that Secretary of State John Kerry is seeking Egypt’s help in negotiating a ceasefire.

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