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'Essentials, not luxuries' being bought in Gaza

15 July 2014 Last updated at 09:53 BST

Yolande Knell reports from a market in Gaza, where stall holders say people are buying ''essentials, not luxuries'' because of the conflict with Israel.

Israel's security cabinet has accepted a ceasefire for the Gaza Strip which has been put forward by Egypt.

Hamas, which controls Gaza, has not formally responded. But its armed wing has rejected the plan as a "surrender".

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