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How radio became a 'lifeline' in Gaza

pri.org — Sometimes the clean-up after a disaster is as challenging as surviving the event itself. That may be the case in Gaza, where, nearly two months after Israel and Hamas agreed to a ceasefire, the recovery has only just begun. Ban Ki-Moon described the situation as "destruction beyond description," but not all the repairs are physical.
Oct 25, 2014

Here's me explaining to American listeners on @pritheworld how radio has become a lifeline in Gaza: trib.al/YzJTV1Q

A 'mass murder in the Mediterranean' killed nearly 450 people, including this man's family

pri.org — Shukri Alassouli, a 33-year-old man from Gaza, was trying to find a better life for his young family in Europe. But their journey across the Mediterranean in smugglers' boats turned into what the UN called the deadliest accident of its kind, killing hundreds and taking Shukri's wife and daughter.
Oct 25, 2014

Smugglers from #Egypt are accused of committing a 'mass murder in the Mediterranean' leaving nearly 450 lost at sea pri.org/stories/2014-1…

Oct 25, 2014

RT @jorgeavalencia: This brutal story of a Palestinian man who lost his family trying to find them a better life pri.org/stories/2014-1… As told by @DanielEstrin

Oct 24, 2014

This brutal story of a Palestinian man who lost his family trying to find them a better life pri.org/stories/2014-1… As told by @DanielEstrin

Oct 24, 2014

RT @maxjrosenthal: Almost 450 refugees died on a boat in the Med. This man survived. His family didn't. j.mp/1FMk1ii