Gaza energy shortage adds to plight of residents

Crisis takes its toll on territory's two million people already trapped by Israeli and Egyptian border blockades.

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    An increasing energy shortage situation in Gaza is taking its toll on the two million people who live there.

    Gaza's residents are trapped by Israeli and Egyptian border blockades.

    Palestinian rivals Hamas and Fatah blame each other for the crisis after a row over fuel costs.

    Al Jazeera's Rob Reynolds reports from Gaza.


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