Gazans find no refuge in UN schools, but they're staying because it's the best they have

Monday, August 04, 2014

People in Gaza have been taking shelter in schools run by the United Nations, but some schools have also been attacked. Yet with nowhere else to go, Gazans have to remain in the battered and overcrowded makeshift shelters.


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