Egypt's Rafah border crossing opens to injured and binationals from Gaza

In tonight's edition: Hundreds of people have left Gaza for the first time since the war began, mostly foreign nationals but also dozens of wounded Palestinians. Also, in solidarity with the people of Gaza, Tunisia cancels its oldest cinema showcase, the Carthage film festival. And it's day two of King Charles and Queen Camilla's visit to Kenya. Some say his regrets about Britain's brutal colonial past are not enough.

Egypt's Rafah border crossing opens to injured and binationals from Gaza
In tonight's edition: Hundreds of people have left Gaza for the first time since the war began, mostly foreign nationals but also dozens of wounded Palestinians. Also, in solidarity with the people of Gaza, Tunisia cancels its oldest cinema showcase, the Carthage film festival. And it's day two of King Charles and Queen Camilla's visit to Kenya. Some say his regrets about Britain's brutal colonial past are not enough.

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