Middle East

Gazans farm along Israeli border for first time since 2006

Guislain Defurne (L), the head of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)'s sub-delegation in Gaza, helps a Palestinian farmer plant seeds in a field on the eastern outskirts of Rafah on January 29, 2018, after Israel allowed farmers to tend their land in the buffer zone on the border between the two sides for the first time since 2006. / AFP / SAID KHATIB





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