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Municipalities across Gaza forced to freeze services

By Rami Almeghari

Twenty five Gaza Strip-based municipalities have recently been forced to freeze fifty percent of their services, which provide key services to two million residents.The decision to halt those services comes as the municipalities face a financial crisis, the severest in the last ten months. Rami Almeghari has this report from the Gaza strip

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