Gaza power cuts

Gaza farmers urge Neil Young not to play Tel Aviv

Canadian rock star has a long history of defending agricultural workers in North America.

"Come to sunny Gaza!" BBC tells listeners

Journalist Simon Cox seems blissfully unaware of how Israel has put 1.7 million people under siege.

Storm exacerbates sewage crisis in Gaza

Gaza Strip
20 December 2013

Health and environmental fears rise as authorities face numerous problems at once.

Searching for light on Gaza's dark streets

Rami Almeghari
Gaza Strip
19 December 2013

Without electricity, we cannot resist the occupation.

Families seek refuge in school as flooded Gaza turns into “disaster area”

Rami Almeghari
Gaza Strip
14 December 2013

Gaza a “disaster area” say UN officials, as hardships caused by historic storm compounded by power crisis and ongoing siege.

Power cuts force Gaza's youth to study in dark

Gaza Strip
15 November 2013

The Gaza Strip has no electricity for around half of each day.

Israel imposes new fuel restrictions on Gaza

Gaza City
2 July 2013

The only crossing for commercial goods between Israel and Gaza has been closed five times since the end of February.

Gaza hospital chosen for solar power project

Rami Almeghari
Gaza Strip
16 April 2013

Renewable energy should make Gaza less vulnerable to power cuts.

Did a Gaza family burn to death because of an unpaid bill?

Rami Almeghari
Gaza Strip
28 February 2013

Dependency on Israel has meant that the Gaza electricity supply hasn’t increased in line with the Strip’s population growth.

Gaza left in the dark at Ramadan

Mohammed Omer
Gaza City
3 August 2012
The only power plant in Gaza is currently operating at about a third of its capacity, or has been completely shut down by severe fuel shortages since February.

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