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Broken Cease-fire Ends Gazans’ Brief Respite from Wari
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Scott Bobb
August 02, 2014 1:52 PM
Israel and Hamas fighters in Gaza have declared an end to their short-lived cease-fire -- with each side accusing the other of breaking the accord. Before that occurred, Gazans enjoyed a few hours of peace and they took advantage of it. VOA’s Scott Bobb reports from Gaza City.

Broken Cease-fire Ends Gazans’ Brief Respite from War

Scott Bobb

Published August 02, 2014

Israel and Hamas fighters in Gaza have declared an end to their short-lived cease-fire -- with each side accusing the other of breaking the accord. Before that occurred, Gazans enjoyed a few hours of peace and they took advantage of it. VOA’s Scott Bobb reports from Gaza City.


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