Gaza power plant resumes normal operations after Israel reopens Kerem Shalom crossing

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December 29, 2013 20:13

 
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Gaza's sole power plant resumed regular activity on Sunday after Israel reopened the Kerem Shalom border crossing to allow fuel into the Strip, Palestinian news agency Ma'an reported.

It was closed on Friday after diesel and gasoline ran out, forcing the plant to operate six hours a day instead of the usual eight hours on, eight hours off basis.

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