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Smuggling tunnel collapses in Rafah

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plf_smugglingEL-ARISH, Egypt A smuggling tunnel under the border of Egypt and the Gaza Strip collapsed on Friday, Egyptian security sources said.Security officials told Ma’an that a truck was unloading construction materials near the site of the collapse and overturned into the tunnel, in the cross-border town of Rafah.

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Haneyya receives former Netherlands PM, calls for an end to the siege

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plf_haneyya_receivesGAZA, The Palestinian Prime Minister in Gaza, Ismail Haneyya, received on Thursday former Netherlands Prime Minister, Andries van Agt, at the head of  a delegation from the Netherlands that comprised former ministers and ambassadors.

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Miles of smiles convoys to continue

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plf_miles_of_toGAZA, Head of “Miles of Smiles 7” convoy, Isam Yousuf, said that their convoys will not stop and that a new convoy is due to visit Gaza on Eid al-Adha, stressing that whatever little is provided by activists helps Palestinians in Gaza to withstand the siege.

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Letters of condolence to Erdogan from the Islamic university in Gaza

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plf_lettersGAZA, MP Jamal al-Khudary, head of the council of trustees of the Islamic University, and members of the council sent a letter of condolence to the Turkish Prime Minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, whose mother died Friday morning.

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Ex-Netherlands premier Dries van Agt : Healthcare is extremely terrible in Gaza

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plf_ex_premierFormer Netherlands Prime Minister Dries van Agt, said that the health sector is extremely miserable in the Gaza Strip, stressing the need to end Gazans’ sufferance, PLF Pakistan reported on Wednesday afternoon.

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Haneyya: Gov’t will not be idle as UNRWA ignores staff’s demands

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plf_govtGAZA, Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haneyya said the government in Gaza would not stand by and watch as the UN Relief Works Agency ignores the demands of its staff.

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UNRWA staff union declares four-day freeze on strikes

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plf_UNRWA_staffGAZA, Industrial action by UN refugee agency’s (UNRWA) Arab Staff Union, including mass sit-ins and strikes, has been called off for four days to allow for dialogue, said union head Suhail al-Hindi.

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Miles of Smiles convoy 6 arrives in Gaza

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plf_miles_of_smile_convoyGAZA, The international aid convoy Miles of Smiles 6 arrived in Gaza to a popular welcome ceremony at a late hour on Wednesday night via the Rafah border terminal with Egypt.

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Rocket lands in Ashkelon as Israel bolsters forces in south

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plf_rocketsNAZARETH, A rocket-propelled grenade landed Tuesday evening in the coastal city of Ashkelon in the 1948-occupied territories as Israel has decided to boost troops in the southern 1948-occupied territories.

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