Morocco helps mitigate Gaza health crisis

A field hospital is being set up by Morocco to help treat the thousands wounded by Israeli snipers from weeks of protests.

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    Vital medical equipment and supplies are running out in Gaza, making it increasingly difficult to treat the thousands wounded by Israeli snipers in the Great March of Return protests.

    With the demonstrations expected to continue, the crisis will likely worsen.

    To help alleviate the crisis, the Moroccan army is setting up a fully operational field hospital, but will that be enough?

    Al Jazeera's Imran Khan reports from Gaza city.


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