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(DPA, photo captions, 12/16/17): Mother of Ibrahim Abu Thuraya (C), an activist who was shot dead by Israeli troops on Friday, during clashes following protests against US President Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, mourns during his funeral in Gaza City, Gaza, 16 December 2017. Abu Thuraya lost his legs and an eye in Israeli bombing during the 2008 Israel and Gaza war. Photo by Wisam Nassar/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images
(12/3/17): CAPTION CORRECTION (WRONG CIRCUMSTANCES) Dear customers, please note that the circumstances of the depicted events in the photos by Wisam Nassar with the image numbers'90-012537; 90-011299; 90-011318; 90-011360; 90-010435; 90-009949; 90-009643 are incorrect. The information to be corrected and the new caption are stated below. All photos will be resend to you. We apologise for the inconvenience. With kind regards dpa picture desk - Ph. +49 - 30 2852 31551. CORRECTS CIRCUMSTANCES THAT IBRAHIM ABU THURAYA LOST AN EYE AND HIS LEGS, CORRECTS THE STATEMENT THE WAS KILLED BY THE ISRAELI ARMY INCLUDES ISRAELI DENIAL OF INTENTIONALLY SHOOTING HIM dpatop - GRAPHIC'CONTENT - Mother of of activist Ibrahim Abu Thuraya (c), shot and killed during clashes with Israeli forces on the border with Gaza, mourns during his funeral in Gaza City, Gaza, 16 December 2017. The Israeli Army denied intentionally shooting Abu Thraya who according to recent media reports lost his legs and an eye in clashes with Israeli forces in April 2008. Relatives have claimed Abu Thraya lost his legs in an Israeli airstrike. Photo by: Wisam Nassar/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images
(DPA, photo caption, 11/21/17): Young men sell vegetables on the street in Gaza, Palestinian Territories, 20 November 2017. Around three million inhabitants have suffered for years from polluted water, massive power cuts and a high unemployment rate.
(11/21/17): Young men sell vegetables on the street in Gaza, Palestinian Territories, 20 November 2017. Around two million inhabitants have suffered for years from polluted water, massive power cuts and a high unemployment rate.
(DPA, photo caption, 6/28/17): Gilad Grossman, spokesman of the human rights organisation Jesch Din, in Jerusalem, Palestinian Territories, 26 June 2017.
(6/28/17): Gilad Grossman, spokesman of the human rights organisation Jesch Din, in Jerusalem, Israel, 26 June 2017.
(DPA/AP Images captions, 3/1/17): An underground room in the Galilee Medical Center in Naharija [sic], Israel, 1 March 2017. Injured Syrians wait for their nex [sic] treatment in the hospital which is partially under ground and bomb-proof due to the close-by Libyan border. Photo by Stefanie J'rkel/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images
(3/6/17): The border mentioned in the second sentence in the pictures sent to you on 03 March 2017 via FTP was wrongly identified as Libyan. The correct name of the border is Lebanese rpt. Lebanese. We will resend the picture with the correct version of the caption. We apologize for any inconvenience. With kind regards dpa-i desk. . .