Gaza City

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Timeline Of The Gaza War - Timeline - January - 4 January 2009
... Israeli ground troops entered Beit Lahiya and Beit Hanoun in northern Gaza in the early hours ... Israeli forces bisected Gaza and surrounded Gaza City, but reportedly restricted their movements to areas that were not heavily urbanised ... Heavy fighting was reported near Gaza City ...
Effects Of The Gaza War - Gaza Humanitarian Crisis - Water
... situation that as of January 2, 250,000 people in Gaza City and northern Gaza are without water supply seven water wells were seriously damaged and cannot be ... Water Utility (CMWU) throughout the UN reports, 70% of the Gaza strip 1.5 million population have no access to water, in particular in Gaza City and ... the unilateral lull, one fifth of the Gaza strip 1.5 million population has no direct access to drinking water and currently depends on water purchased from private suppliers ...
2006 Israel–Gaza Conflict - Operation Summer Rains - Bombardment Phase
... Beginning on June 30, the IDF began to hit the Gaza Strip with a variety of targeted bombardments ... Israeli warplanes struck more than a dozen times in Gaza in the hours after midnight, hitting a Fatah office and a Hamas facility in Gaza City as well as roads and open fields ... Israeli Air Force aircraft struck the Palestinian Interior Ministry in Gaza City ...
Operation Bringing Home The Goods - Riots and Protests
... Gunmen kidnapped the director of the International Red Cross in Gaza, and two French citizens and a Korean were seized from a hotel in Gaza City, one of whom was shot dead by security ... A British Council cultural center in Gaza was set on fire and a European Union compound was stormed ... The border crossing between Gaza and Egypt was shut for the day after European monitors withdrew because of security threats ...

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