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Renewed Fighting in Gaza Sparks More Protestsi
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Zlatica Hoke
August 09, 2014 4:19 PM
Renewed fighting between Gaza's Hamas fighters and Israeli government forces has claimed new casualties, including a Palestinian boy. Fresh protests against civilian deaths in the violence took place Friday in the U.S. capital and other places as Hamas and Israel accused each other of targeting residential areas. Zlatica Hoke reports.

Renewed Fighting in Gaza Sparks More Protests

Zlatica Hoke

Published August 09, 2014

Renewed fighting between Gaza's Hamas fighters and Israeli government forces has claimed new casualties, including a Palestinian boy. Fresh protests against civilian deaths in the violence took place Friday in the U.S. capital and other places as Hamas and Israel accused each other of targeting residential areas. Zlatica Hoke reports.


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