Back to normal life for Gaza can only be possible with a political solution to the crisis, warns the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA). “Entire neighborhoods turned into ghost towns, covered UNRWA in rubble and the smell of decomposing bodies,” the agency said. (A Palestinian boy sits on a sofa outside his family's house, which witnesses said was damaged in an Israeli air strike, in Gaza City August 2, 2014.)
June 15, 2012. Palestinian children stand next to the body of a horse after it was slaughtered for meat in a poor neighborhood in the central Gaza Strip. Horses are slaughtered every twenty days and then the meat is distributed amongst neighborhood residents.
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The family of two years and eight months old Palestinian girl Jud Al-Danaf mourn over her body in Gaza City. The Palestinian child died after she was seriously wounded along with four other people the previous day when a rocket fired at Israel fell short and landed inside Gaza - 2014-06-25