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5 March 2015 The living conditions of nearly 2 million Palestinians residing in the Gaza Strip have been undermined by the enduring blockade against the enclave, the United Nations humanitarian office reported today.

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Gaza: UN humanitarian arm warns that blockade undermining living standards


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Israel eases restrictions on Gaza vegetable exports

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JERUSALEM (AP) — In a move that could help both Palestinian farmers and pious Jews observing a biblical farming sabbatical, Israel said Thursday that it would ease restrictions on Gaza vegetable exports for the first time since the Islamic militant group Hamas seized power in 2007.

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Prof. Alemayehu G. Mariam on VOA: Israel and Obama Prof.

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Firehall Arts Centre production tells story of cross-dressing Jewish immigrant

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In the early 1700s, Jewish people who wanted to come to Canada from overseas could only do so if they agreed to convert to Christianity. Esther Brandeau was one of those people — she landed on the shores of Quebec in 1738 disguised not only as a Christian, but as a man. Toronto-based playwright Heather Hermant has spent the last decade obsessed with Brandeau's story.

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Can we all get along? As I read about the latest craziness emanating from Deerfield Beach, I keep thinking of Rodney King’s plaintive plea for racial harmony.

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Mayo: Deerfield race blowup a shame


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Gaza power plant shuts down over Palestinian tax dispute


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