Desperate for news, Gazans struggle with mobile network News

GAZA STRIP: Hamzeh Tabash walks to the Egyptian border every day from his tent in Gaza for a faltering mobile signal so he can send voice messages to loved ones separated by war and hopefully receive one in return.
“One message revives the soul,” he says.
Most of bombed-out Gaza’s 2.3 million people have fled their homes under Israel’s intense bombardment and ground assault, scattered into tent cities where their only news of those they care about most depends on a broken phone network.

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