Hamas under pressure after Gaza protests fail to bring change

Protests near the Gaza border fence that left more than 100 people dead have brought no relief from Israel's 11-year siege.

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    After eight weeks of protests in Gaza, Palestinians have not won any concessions from Israel to improve living conditions. That is leading to internal pressure on Hamas as the 11-year-long blockade on Gaza continues to exacerbate the suffering of many Palestinians.

    Al Jazeera's Bernard Smith reports from Gaza.


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