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    February 24, 2016 8:49 PM
    At Al Shati refugee camp In Gaza City, life is hard, but the future is looking brighter. The residents have literally painted their town -- as a form of peace therapy. Alhurra reporter Wesam Yassin gives us a look, in this report narrated by Bronwyn Benito.

    Gaza Community Seeks Hope Through Art

    Published February 24, 2016

    At Al Shati refugee camp In Gaza City, life is hard, but the future is looking brighter. The residents have literally painted their town -- as a form of peace therapy. Alhurra reporter Wesam Yassin gives us a look, in this report narrated by Bronwyn Benito.


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