The recent flare-up in the Gaza Strip has left a "large-scale devastation" to thousands of homes and the city's infrastructure, according to the UN.
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Acting Director of the UN Refugee and Works Agency (UNRWA) in Gaza Sam Rose said the Agency would continue assessing the level of destruction and damage wrought by the Israeli military in the 11-day war, adding it will continue paying house rent for afflicted families.
"Until this moment, a total of 1,200 houses had been assessed based on the information filed with the UNRWA through the Ministry of Public Works and Housing's portal." according to the Agency.
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