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Five years after war, Gaza’s little ‘Iron Man’ stands tall

By AFP
17 November 2019   |   10:04 am
It was the summer of 2014, when a deluge of steel fell on Gaza. His back burned, his body covered in bandages, Yamin screamed from his hospital bed. In an instant, 19 people were killed, including six children. Yamin, just three at the time, and his sister Gayna, only several months old, survived. But they are orphans.

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