Electricity shortage may close Palestine's hospitals

The latest fuel crisis started after Israel stopped millions of dollars from Qatar sent to Palestinian territory.

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    The Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza is warning that at least three hospitals may be forced to close because there isn't enough fuel to power generators vital to the supply of electricity.

    The latest fuel crisis started after Israel stopped millions of dollars from transferred from Qatar to the Palestinian territory more than two weeks ago.

    Al Jazeera's Charles Stratford reports.


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