When the phones go dead in Gaza

The World

Since the start of the war in Gaza, communication blackouts have become common. Without phones, people can't call for an ambulance or let their families know they are alive. It hampers aid workers. But Dina Temple-Raston, the host of the podcast, "Click Here," reports that one man has found a work around.

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