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People in Gaza sifting through rubbish for food, UN head says

WorldNews Monday, 12 October 2020
People in Gaza sifting through rubbish for food, UN head saysPeople in Gaza are searching through rubbish to find food as Palestinians battle unprecedented levels of poverty, the head of the UN agency for Palestinian refugees has said. Across Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Gaza and elsewhere, Palestinian refugees are suffering at new depths because of the pandemic,...
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