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In a powerful symbolic act aimed at reclaiming yet one more basic right denied - the right to movement - 3,200 runners from Palestine and over 50 countries joined the third Palestine Marathon in Bethlehem, running for not just time but peace, freedom, recognition. The race - run in two loops because there's no 26-mile stretch without a checkpoint or wall - was won by Nader al-Masri of Gaza, where victories these days are few.