Electricity supply improves in Gaza after two years

How power struggles over Gaza could hurt hopes for better electricity supplies.

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    For months, people in Gaza have been living with just four hours of electricity a day.

    Now that is about to double, or maybe even triple.

    But this rare positive development depends, as always, on the tense relationship between Hamas and Israel.

     

    Al Jazeera's Harry Fawcett reports from Gaza.


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