Israel said Wednesday it would temporarily stop cutting power to the occupied West Bank after an agreement was reached with the Palestinian Authority to begin negotiations on the payment of electricity bills.
Electricity grids for all districts in the Gaza Strip will only be providing power for six hour intervals followed by 12 hours without power.
The electricity crisis in the besieged Gaza Strip affects every facet of daily life, from making bread, to obtaining medical treatment, to earning a living.
Turkey has pledged to continue its support for the Palestinian people and to meet the humanitarian needs of those in the Gaza Strip.
Israeli Electric Corporation is planning on supplying Gaza’s sewage treatment plant with power to reduce the level of pollution washing up on Israel's shores
The humanitarian crisis in Gaza is worsening
Residents of the besieged territory may receive eight hours or fewer of electricity a day, with blackouts common.
Semuhi Sinanoğlu writes about 5 disturbing facts about living under occupation
The energy authority in the Gaza Strip has announced that the besieged coastal enclave’s sole power plant will stop running until next Tuesday due to fuel shortages
Turkey and Israel discussed yesterday ways to provide electricity to the Palestinians, including setting up electricity power stations in Jenin and Gaza
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