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Palestinians work at the office of Red Crow, a startup that monitors security developments and sends real-time alerts and maps to clients, in Ramallah on August 17, 2016. 
It is one of a number of Palestinian start-ups in the occupied Palestinian territories, long overshadowed by neighbouring Israel's so-called "Start-up Nation".
The online platform automates and analyses nationwide real estate data to find investors the best property deals.
As in Silicon Valley, the staff dress casually, drink coffee from state-of-the-art machines in garish colours, and pad through the office wearing US-made headphones around their necks. / AFP / ABBAS MOMANI        (Photo credit should read ABBAS MOMANI/AFP/Getty Images)
Palestinians work at the office of Red Crow, a startup that monitors security developments and sends real-time alerts and maps to clients, in Ramallah on August 17, 2016. 
It is one of a number of Palestinian start-ups in the occupied Palestinian territories, long overshadowed by neighbouring Israel's so-called "Start-up Nation".
The online platform automates and analyses nationwide real estate data to find investors the best property deals.
As in Silicon Valley, the staff dress casually, drink coffee from state-of-the-art machines in garish colours, and pad through the office wearing US-made headphones around their necks. / AFP / ABBAS MOMANI        (Photo credit should read ABBAS MOMANI/AFP/Getty Images)

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