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Israel delays cancer treatment for Gaza children

Travel permits can be stalled for three to four months, according to doctors.

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French learners in Gaza take matters into their own hands

Small but committed group of Francophiles not dissuaded by slim resources, travel restrictions.

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Gaza’s red poison

Addiction to illegal painkillers is rising among young people.

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Israeli firm that imprisons Gaza aims to build Trump’s wall with Mexico

Magal’s CEO sees conflict, including the rise of ISIS, as a boon for business.

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Braving Israeli bullets in Gaza’s sea

One fisherman has gone missing, another has been shot in the head during Israeli attacks in January.

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Who pulled Tony Blair’s strings?

Two of the diplomats that ran Blair’s Jerusalem office want the US to embrace Israel as tightly as possible.

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Israeli forces kill another Palestinian teen at checkpoint

Israeli military preparing for end of Abbas’ rule.

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Life is lived on the edge along Gaza’s boundary

Vaguely defined Israeli-imposed no-go zones imperil lives and livelihoods.

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Uprooted from Syria, stranded in Gaza

More than 200 Palestinian refugee families have moved from Syria to Gaza in the past few years.

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Charities cut Gaza aid

Wars elsewhere have drawn attention away from the plight of Gaza's poor.

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