Palestinians run to take cover after an Israeli strike hit a three-story building belonging to the Abdul Hadi family in Gaza City in the northern Gaza Strip, Sunday, Aug. 24, 2014. (AP Photo/Adel Hana)
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Shop owners in the Gaza Strip town of Rafah were left in disbelief one day after Israeli shelling completely destroyed the city's only shopping mall.Abu Taha, 52, said he lost $700,000 after his shops and merchandise were destroyed in the attack.The material damage to the mall in southern Rafah amounted to $20 million, according to a statement by the city's local authority.Another shop owner, Radwan al-Tawil, said he suffered a $200,000 loss after his print shop which he owned for 11 years was destroyed in the Israeli strike.
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