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Gazans cope with visible and invisible damage

Beit Lahiya neighbourhood residents brave risks to inspect homes and reflect on their shattered lives.

Last updated: 04 Aug 2014 03:14
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For the first time in weeks, residents of a neighbourhood near Gaza's eastern border - closest to Israel - were told it was safe to return to their homes.

Al Jazeera's Nick Schifrin reports on what they found when they went back.


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