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A Palestinian factory, the only one of its kind in the area, works at full capacity to fill uniform quotas for girl pupils ahead of the new academic year
August 28, 2018
Updated: August 28, 2018 02:50 PM
Palestinian workers have been fashioning schoolgirls' uniforms at the only textile factory of its kind in the occupied West Bank this month.
The workers are providing the garments for United Nations Relief and Work Agency academies in Hebron.
Schools in the region are set to re-open for the new academic year on Wednesday this week.
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