Gaza bakers short of flour following closure

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March 17, 2006 18:37

 
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Gaza bakers have run short of flour following the closure of the crossings between the Gaza Strip and Israel, Israel Radio reported Friday. Hisham al-Shanti, a bakery owner, said in an interview that he had enough flour in stock for one more day's work, and then he would be forced to close his shop.

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