Humanitarian aid to Gaza, Biden classified documents, Uvalde shooting: Tuesday’s news

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As fears of famine grow, the first ship loaded with humanitarian aid has set sail for Gaza. The special counsel over President Joe Biden’s classified documents case was at the center of a contentious House hearing. And the fallout continues from the deadly shooting in Uvalde, Texas.

👋 Hi! It’sLaura Davis here to get you caught up on Tuesday’s top news.

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Aid ship heads to Gaza as famine looms

The first humanitarian aid ship using a new maritime corridor departed Cyprus on Tuesday and headed to Gaza, where more than 2 million people face an increasing threat of starvation and reports of malnutrition-related deaths are rising, according to health officials and aid organizations. The food shortage and exorbitant prices for what’s available are especially dire in the north amid Israel’s restrictions on aid.


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