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Turkish ship carrying humanitarian aid for Gaza

 A Turkish ship carrying more than 10,000 tons of humanitarian aid for the Gaza Strip has reached the Israeli port of Ashdod. The vessel Lady Leyla set sail late on Friday from the Turkish city of Mersin. Turkey’s state-run Anadolu news agency...
by Tears of Gaza on Jul 4, 2016

Gaza : The scars of war

One year since the beginning of the 2014 Israeli war on Gaza, which resulted in the deaths of over 2,000 Palestinians, tens of thousands of Palestinians in Gaza are left with huge scars of war. Many are still homeless, waiting for reconstruction to b...
by Tears of Gaza on Aug 4, 2015

Anger and frustration over killing of Palestinian baby

The death of an 18-month-old Palestinian baby in firebomb attack at his family house in the occupied West Bank, has been condemned around the world. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said he had ordered his foreign minister to file a complaint at t...
by Tears of Gaza on Aug 4, 2015

The orphans of Gaza

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by Tears of Gaza on Aug 4, 2015

Gaza in the dark

A Palestinian woman holds coffee inside her house during power cuts in Khan Younis in the southern of Gaza Strip. A Palestinian woman makes tea inside her house during power cut at Shatti (beach) refugee camp in Gaza City. Palestinian Energy off...
by Tears of Gaza on Jul 24, 2015


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