Gaza in State of Emergency The Palestinian Authority declares a state of emergency in the Gaza Strip after several people, including longtime police chief Ghazi Jabali, were kidnapped Friday, then released. Palestinian leaders have replaced Jabali and other top security officials. Hear NPR's Peter Kenyon.
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State of Emergency Prevails in Gaza

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State of Emergency Prevails in Gaza

State of Emergency Prevails in Gaza

State of Emergency Prevails in Gaza

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The Palestinian Authority declares a state of emergency in the Gaza Strip after several people, including longtime police chief Ghazi Jabali, were kidnapped Friday, then released. Palestinian leaders have replaced Jabali and other top security officials. Hear NPR's Peter Kenyon.

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