UN employees have been on strike for more than a month, forcing cash-strapped their cash-strapped agency to shut schools and stop collecting garbage from West Bank refugee camps.
Dozens Of Palestinians Wounded In West Bank Protests
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January 12, 2014

Via AFP:

Palestinian police clashed Sunday with West Bank youths who were protesting against a UN strike that has paralysed services in refugee camps leaving dozens wounded, sources said.

United Nations Relief and Works Agency employees have been on strike for more than a month, forcing cash-strapped UNRWA to shut schools and stop collecting garbage from West Bank refugee camps.

Palestinian police fired tear gas and live ammunition in the air to prevent youths from the Jalazun refugee camp in the central West Bank from blocking the road between Ramallah and Bir Zeit, an AFP correspondent said, ...

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