Palestinians continue to stream into Egypt from the Gaza Strip for a second day after militants blasted open the border in defiance of a blockade.
The Egyptian side of the border has become an open-air market as Palestinians stock up on food and fuel.
Gazans have been getting their hands on myriad items from soap powder and motorbikes to goats, fish and fuel sold by Egyptian traders.
Supplies became increasingly scarce after Israel tightened its blockade around the Gaza Strip last week.
An estimated 50,000 Gazans have crossed the border to buy basics.
Egypt has sent riot police to the area, but they are not trying to stem the traffic.
It is expected that Egypt will soon try to reseal the border, however, to stem the flow from Gaza.