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Children played Thursday in a courtyard in the Gaza Strip. Much remains to be coordinated in the handover, from how to remove the rubble of the settlers’ houses to the status of the border with Egypt and when Gaza will be able to open its airport.

After Gaza pullout, a changed landscape

As lines redrawn, political shift seen

By Thanassis Cambanis
Globe Staff / August 21, 2005

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JERUSALEM -- From the air, it's clear that a new Israel is taking shape, with boundaries that have created new, indisputable realities for the Israelis and Palestinians who live on this small patch of land. (Full article: 1722 words)

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