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Journalist: In Gaza, ‘there is rubble and dust everywhere’

A view of destroyed Gaza buildings following Isreali airstrikes



Hazem Balousha, a Palestinian journalist who works for international media, is among the people who fled Gaza City. From the Nuseirat Refugee Camp, he told DW about the dire conditions in the Gaza Strip.



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Publish date : 2023-10-14 20:23:00

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