A Palestinian family wait for a bus to cross the border from Khan Younis Refugee Camp in Gaza to the El-Arish airport in Egypt to take their flight on Palestinian Airlines to Amman, Jordan, Sunday, ... more 
A Palestinian family wait for a bus to cross the border from Khan Younis Refugee Camp in Gaza to the El-Arish airport in Egypt to take their flight on Palestinian Airlines to Amman, Jordan, Sunday, May 27, 2012. Palestinian Airlines is back in the skies after being grounded for seven years by the vagaries of the Mideast conflict. It's a mom-and-pop operation, with just two 48-seat turbo-prop planes, two weekly flights and a borrowed hub in Egypt, but Palestinians say just being on the map again is what matters.(AP photo/Hatem Moussa) less 
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Sun, May 27, 2012 12:14 PM EDT