Gaza's normally bustling streets turn eerily empty as residents flee bombings

Monday, July 14, 2014

In Gaza, the fighting and the civilian population are so tightly packed together that watermelon fields also serve as launching areas for rockets into Israel. And as bombs continue to fall, the streets have turned empty.


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