Parkour offers freedom to Gaza youth

A group of young men called Parkour Gaza trains everyday on walls and buildings scarred by bullets.

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    Israel's 12-year blockade of Gaza has left two million people in the enclave struggling with unemployment, power blackouts and crumbling housing.

    It is a place that offers little hope to Palestinian youth.

    But in the town of Khan Younis, a group of young men are now performing a sport that's tailor-made for an urban landscape scarred by war.

    Al Jazeera's Charles Stratford reports from southern Gaza.


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