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Shujayea residents return after shelling

Gazans, briefly returning to their homes to bury dead and salvage what they can, forced to flee as truce breaks down.

Last updated: 02 Aug 2014 00:17
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The Shujayea district in the Gaza Strip has been a no-go zone since July 20.

On Friday, its residents briefly returned to their homes to bury the dead and salvage what they could, but they were forced to flee as a planned 72-hour ceasefire broke down just hours after coming into effect.

Al Jazeera's Imtiaz Tyab reports from Shujayea.

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