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Food and medical supplies due for Palestinian territories, are loaded onto a boat in Sabratha port, 80 km (50 miles) west of Tripoli, November 25, 2008. Gaza Strip residents are going back to the days of kerosene stoves and firewood-gathering as Israel's blockade of foreign aid supplies of fuel and food bites deeper. Israel denies there is any humanitarian crisis in Gaza and insists it is not trying to cause one. Food remains available but in shorter supply and at higher prices in the territory, where smuggling from Egypt accounts for 30 percent of needs. REUTERS/Stringer (LIBYA)