Ceasefire holds for second day despite close encounter between Palestinians and Israeli police

The fragile cease-fire between Israel and Hamas has already been tested. Palestinians and Israeli police briefly clashed at Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa mosque Friday, with security forces firing tear gas. The United Nations has approved more than $18 million in humanitarian relief efforts. Holly Williams reports from Gaza.

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