Gazans unhappy with 'eased' blockade

A look at life in the besieged Gaza Strip as much-needed cargo slowly allowed in.

    More than 100 trucks have delivered a cargo of goods no longer banned under the rules of the Israeli blockade.

    But with the economy there still in ruins, for many the change will not make much difference.

    Al Jazeera's Nicole Johnston reports from Gaza, has been spending time with Gazan families to find out how much of a difference the recent easing has made.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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