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Gazans struggle to get fresh water amid shortages


"Sometimes we wait for two hours and at the end we find out there is no water anymore," says young Gazan boy Ahmad Al Mulla as he fills two bottles of water at a mosque in Gaza City. In response to Hamas's deadly attack on 7 October, Israel has unleashed a relentless bombing campaign of the Gaza Strip that has flattened neighbourhoods, leaving survivors with dwindling supplies of food, water and fuel.

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