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Tag Archives: Gaza siege

In Gaza, nothing is just an accident

A 6-month-old baby is among the latest casualties of the Israeli siege on Gaza.

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Water pollution reaches catastrophic levels in Gaza

War, siege and crumbling infrastructure has left Gaza's water resources dangerously strained.

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Is fun forbidden in Gaza?

Theater and cinema have suffered because of a siege imposed by Israel and censorship imposed by Hamas, artists say.

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Media promote Israeli distortions as civilians dodge airstrikes in Gaza

Israel started the latest round of deadly violence in Gaza, but you wouldn’t know it from the coverage.

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Gaza teacher challenges stigma of Down syndrome

Hiba al-Shurafa hopes her example will change social attitudes.

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The hidden treasures of Gaza

More care must be taken to preserve Palestine's heritage, says archaeology-inspired artist.

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Gaza’s flower industry wilts under Israeli blockade

A once renowned Gazan export is rapidly disappearing.

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How Israel makes money from blockading Gaza

Palestinian workers say they support BDS, even if it costs jobs in the short term.

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Secondhand boom for Gaza traders with no alternative

Reluctant customers turn to used clothes in Gaza as new garments are now a luxury.

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In photos: The last tiger in Gaza

Unable to feed his animals, the owner of Gaza's zoo has put them up for sale.

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