The Israeli military fired tear gas directly into a playground, Sunday, in the Bethlehem-area Aida refugee camp, in the West Bank.Camp residents report that this is not the first time the army has fired tear gas into the camp’s sole play area for children. The camp itself has no health facilities, and any children overcome from the tear gas would have had to be brought to a clinic in the nearby town of Beit Jalla.

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Established in 1950, the Aida refugee camp is home ot some 3,500 Palestinian refugees, of whom almost 30 percent are children aged 15 and under.

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