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13 February 2018 | Picture of the day

DEFIANT: Palestinian women take part in a protest in Gaza City against the US move to freeze funding for the UN agency for Palestinian refugees. On 16 January, Washington held back $65 million that had been earmarked for the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian refugees (UNRWA), but the State Department denied the freeze was to punish the Palestinian leadership, which has cut ties with President Donald Trump's administration following his recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital last year. Photo: NAMPA/AFP

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