A Palestinian boy stands amidst the rubble of his home in al-Tufah, in the east of Gaza City on July 27, 2015, during a power outage. AFP PHOTO/MAHMUD HAMS
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Qatar has said it will "swiftly" pay $12 million to the Palestinian Authority to solve crippling electricity shortages in Gaza, state media in the Gulf state reported.Gaza has been crippled by electricity shortages in recent weeks, leaving the territory with at best four hours of power a day.The power cuts have prompted demonstrations and last week thousands of people in northern Gaza converged on the local headquarters of the electricity company run by Hamas, the Islamist movement that has ruled the Strip since 2007 .
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