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Gazans queue for water amid severe shortages


People queue with plastic jerrycans at a water filling point in Gaza City as war rages on. The impoverished Palestinian territory, under a crippling Israeli-led blockade for years and besieged since war erupted on October 7, suffers severe shortages of food, water and fuel, and medical supplies are scarce. IMAGES

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