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A warning sign reading 'dangerous swimming and fishing' is placed near an outlet flowing sewage into the sea in front of the coast of Gaza city, on July 5, 2017. An immediate consequence of the electricity cuts has been suffering for Gazans. A new U.N. report said Gaza gets electricity just four to six hours a day, and 29 million gallons of sewage is flooding into the Mediterranean Sea every day and threatening to overflow into the streets. Photo by Ashraf Amra