Gazans still waiting for new cars

Row between Hamas and Palestinian Authority means vehicles and parts have not arrived.

    After holding Gaza under siege for more than three years, Israel has said it will finally allow new cars and spare parts into the Strip.

    Residents were relieved, because they the only supply of new vehicles and parts came through the smugglers' tunnels often resulting in damage. 

    But a month after the announcement, nothing has arrived because of a dispute between Hamas and the Palestinian Authority.

    Al Jazeera's Nicole Johnston reports from Gaza.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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