'Our children suffer to get water'
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Gaza family: 'Our children suffer to get a bottle of water'

There are fresh warnings about the humanitarian situation in Gaza, where there are severe water and power shortages.

A new World Bank report says the economy is in "free fall".

Meanwhile, deadly protests have resumed along the Gaza-Israel border and the situation "could explode any minute", according to Nickolay Mladenov, the UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process.

Talks brokered by Egypt and the UN have so far failed to agree a long-term truce between Hamas, which controls Gaza, and Israel.

BBC News visited one family in Gaza to see how they were coping with the lack of resources.

  • 27 Sep 2018
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