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Israel vows to ‘finish the job’ in Gaza

WARNING: Graphic content. Viewer discretion is advised. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday brushed off growing calls to halt the military offensive in Gaza, vowing to “finish the job” as a member of his War Cabinet threatened to invade the southern city of Rafah if remaining Israeli hostages are not freed by the upcoming Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks during a gathering of Jewish leaders at the Museum of Tolerance in Jerusalem, Sunday, Feb. 18.
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Palestinian crowds struggle to buy bread from a bakery in Rafah, Gaza Strip, Sunday, Feb. 18. International aid agencies say Gaza is suffering from shortages of food, medicine and other basic supplies as a result of the war between Israel and Hamas.
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Palestinian crowds struggle to buy bread from a bakery in Rafah, Gaza Strip, Sunday, Feb. 18. International aid agencies say Gaza is suffering from shortages of food, medicine and other basic supplies as a result of the war between Israel and Hamas.
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Palestinian crowds struggle to buy bread from a bakery in Rafah, Gaza Strip, Sunday, Feb. 18. International aid agencies say Gaza is suffering from shortages of food, medicine and other basic supplies as a result of the war between Israel and Hamas.
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Palestinians chant Islamic slogans while carry the bodies of children killed in the Israeli strikes in the Gaza Strip in front of the morgue at Al Aqsa hospital in Deir al Balah, Gaza Strip, on Sunday, Feb. 18.
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Palestinians mourn over their relatives killed in the Israeli bombardments of the Gaza Strip at Al Aqsa Hospital in Deir al Balah, Gaza Strip, on Sunday, Feb. 18.
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A woman walks between dead bodies of Palestinians killed in the Israeli bombardments of the Gaza Strip, in front of the morgue at Al Aqsa Hospital in Deir al Balah, Gaza Strip, on Sunday, Feb. 18.
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Palestinians chant Islamic slogans while carry the bodies of children killed in the Israeli strikes in the Gaza Strip in front of the morgue at Al Aqsa hospital in Deir al Balah, Gaza Strip, on Sunday, Feb. 18.
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The sun lights part of the border between Israel and Lebanon in northern Israel, Sunday, Feb. 18.
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Palestinian activists carry posters, one reads "the siege is killing the children," while protesting in front of the Egyptian embassy, in the West Bank city of Ramallah, Sunday, Feb. 18. Tens of activists carried posters and chanted slogans protesting the ongoing closure of the Rafah border crossing during the war between Israel and Hamas and accusing Egyptian authorities of "taking part in the Israeli siege of Gaza."
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A man walks past a vehicle allegedly set ablaze by Jewish West Bank settlers in the Palestinian West Bank village of Turmus Ayya, Sunday, Feb. 18. Village residents claimed that settlers raided the outskirts of the village overnight, setting fire to a car and spaying graffiti on the walls of homes.
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A man looks at graffiti that reads, in Hebrew, "revenge, death to Arabs," allegedly sprayed by Jewish West Bank settlers in the Palestinian West Bank village of Turmus Ayya, Sunday, Feb. 18. Village residents claimed that settlers raided the outskirts of the village overnight, setting fire to a car and spaying graffiti on the walls of homes.

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