Palestinians begin clearing out rubble after Israeli siege

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Weeks after Israeli air attacks destroyed thousands of homes in Gaza, Palestinians have only begun to clear out the rubble.

The lack of equipment delayed the process.

Egypt has now sent in heavy machinery needed to remove tonnes of debris from flattened buildings.

Displaced families who have been seeking shelter at UN-run schools are now dreaming of rebuilding their homes, Al Jazeera’s Youmna El Sayed reports.

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