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Tue 26 Aug 2014 12:51 PM

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Frustration mounts among Gaza residents

With no sign of a peace deal in Gaza, frustration is increasing for the hundreds of Palestinian families taking shelter in United Nations-run schools.

Frustration mounts among Gaza residents
Assad Agel the head of a Palestinian family who's home was destroyed in fighting between Hamas militants and Israel during some four weeks of fighting, stands next to drying clothes inside a classroom at a United Nations school in Jabalia, in ther northern Gaza Strip, where he and 25 other people live temporarily on August 19, 2014. A UN spokesperson said there were 237,659 displaced people in 81 UN shelters in Gaza, adding that services were being provided to an additional 28,000 in non-UN schools. (AFP/Getty Images)

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