Gaza's ailing economy affected by energy shortage

Crisis adding pressure on population already reeling from high unemployment and low living standards.

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    An energy shortage in the Gaza Strip is adding economic pressure to a population that already suffers from high unemployment and low living standards.

    The lack of electricity is making it nearly impossible for some workers in the Hamas-governed Palestinian territory to maintain their livelihoods.

    Al Jazeera’s Rob Reynolds reports from the Gaza Strip.


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