Jul 22, 2014

Photos: On the ground in Gaza

With bombs and rubble in the streets, Anne Paq captures life on the Gaza strip after the bombings.

Award-winning French photographer Anne Paq has spent the last decade in Palestine, making a name for herself by documenting everyday life in one of the most dangerous parts of of the world. Her latest dispatch from the Gaza strip shows the grief and chaos of its residents, as they try to move on with their lives amid the bombs and rubble.

Palestinians look at a missile which did not explode during an airstrike which destroyed the home of Hussam Shamdi the day before, in Tel al-Hawa neighbourhood of Gaza city, July 14 2014.

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  1. wormwoodscrubs

    So, Crikey, your editorial bemoans a journalist in eastern Ukraine “walking among piles of personal belongings and talking about a child’s body lying off camera”. Yet you happily publish a photo of a dead Palestinian child?

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