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Last Modified: 26 Apr 2009 13:20 GMT


Israel's war on Gaza may be over but the human suffering continues. Focus on Gaza is a weekly show that will examine all facets of life in the Gaza Strip.

Presented by Imran Garda, the programme will follow the latest news and devolopments in Gaza and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Al Jazeera will also showcase family life in the densely populated area that some describe as the world's largest open prison.

Focus on Gaza features Al Jazeera's team in the territory, including correspondent Ayman Mohyeldin, as we continue to lead the way in covering one of the world's most intractable conflicts.

Watch previous Focus on Gaza episodes

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Factional violence
Human Rights Watch alleges that attacks on political rivals increased during the war.
 
 

Mohamed Al Durra
He became an icon of Palestinian suffering - nine years later, we visit his family.


The Spin Battle
Gerry Adams shares his thoughts on one of the world's fiercest media battles.
 

The Legacy of War
We take a closer look at one deadly legacy of the war on Gaza - unexploded munitions.


White Phosphorous
Israel has been accused of war crimes over its use - we look at its human cost.
 

Factional Fighting
We follow opposing groups and examine how factional rivalry affects their lives.


The Blockade 
We speak to George Galloway and examine the impact of the blockade on ordinary Gazans.  
 
 

Rebuilding Gaza
We report on how the Israeli blockade is hampering reconstruction efforts.


Policing Gaza 
We ask why the Gazan police were Israel's primary target and how they are coping today.
  
 

A Crime of War?
A look into alleged war crimes committed during the war on Gaza.

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