A year after the first pro-Palestinian flotilla attempted to breach the blockade on the Gaza Strip, civilians in the coastal territory say that life has improved, but is still far from normal.
A family begins to rebuild its home that was destroyed in the war, after long-awaited UN aid arrives; a fisherman asks for the chance to go out to sea to catch his day's wages; an activist seeks to end child labor in the smuggling tunnels.
Residents of the Gaza Strip say they are trying to live as normally as possible and hope the current convoy of activists will succeed in drawing further international attention to their situation.
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