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How Israel uses 'pamphlets' as psychological warfare in Gaza
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Israel has begun circulating a 'newspaper', Alwaq'a, in Gaza by drone. We spoke to Gazans about the effects of pamphlet warfare on their mental health.
Why are activists blocking "treasonous" Jordan-Israel bridge?
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Activists are protesting the role of Jordan as a conduit for Israel-bound goods, blocking the exposed route and demanding its diversion to aid Gaza.
Death by dialysis: The slow death of Gaza's kidney patients
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Israeli assault has crippled Gaza's healthcare system, leaving 1,100 kidney patients at risk. Meanwhile, patients are dying in their beds from no dialysis.
Meet the teenage girls taking on child marriage in Morocco
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The current law in Morocco states that the legal age for marriage is 18. However, loopholes in the law allow minors to marry with judicial approval.
Dirty water and animal feed leave Gaza starving on its feet
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Desperation mounts in the besieged Gaza Strip as families resort to animal feed to feed starving children, as fears of widespread famine grow.
With no aid or escape, Gazans in Rafah dread 'fatal' Ramadan
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Gazans in Rafah have exhausted all evacuation routes in the race to Ramadan. Trapped, hungry, and terrified, Gazans have begun fasting out of necessity.
UNRWA isn't just a relief agency, it's a symbol of the Nakba
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For 75 years, UNRWA has been a vital lifeline to the 5.9 million Palestinian refugees living in exile and has become synonymous with their right to return.
Gazans fear 'point of no return' as Israel suffocates Rafah
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Israel has surrounded the southern city of Rafah where more than 1.4 million Gazans are sheltering. With a ground invasion looming, Gazans fear the worst.
Invisible scars: Unveiling the mental health crisis at Al-Hol Camp in Syria
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A mental health crisis has erupted inside Al-Hol camp where the looming threat of violence, displacement, and poor healthcare have become major stressors.
Yemeni fishermen bleed money amid rising Red Sea tensions
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Yemeni fishermen are struggling to survive amidst increasing tensions in the Red Sea. With each trip out to sea, fishermen are unsure if they will return.