US Voices Concern Over Israel's Rafah Moves

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The United States has played down the Israeli assault on Rafah, saying the offensive appears to be "limited" despite concerns over the fate of the more than 1.5 million Palestinians sheltering in the southern Gaza city. US State Department spokesperson Matthew Miller told reporters that the U.S. still opposes a major Israeli offensive against Rafah. NDTV's Kate Fisher joins Parmeshwar Bawa from Washington, DC on The World 24x7 for the latest on Rafah. 

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