West Bank refugees suffer amid strike

Camps for Palestinians left without basic amenities and schooling while UNRWA staff demand better pay.

    A six-week-long strike in the occupied West Bank is hurting hundreds of thousands of Palestinian refugees.

    Employees at the UN agency for refugees in the West Bank, UNRWA, are demanding better pay. But camps have been left without basic amenities and schooling.

    Al Jazeera's Atia Abawi reports from the Jalazone refugee camp in the West Bank.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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