Smoke from Israeli strikes rise over Gaza City, northern Gaza Strip, Monday, July 21, 2014. The first major ground battle in two weeks of Israel-Hamas fighting exacted a steep price Sunday: It killed 65 Palestinians and 13 Israeli soldiers and forced thousands of terrified Palestinian civilians to flee Gaza City's Shijaiyah neighborhood, reportedly used to launch rockets at Israel and now devastated by the fighting.
Smoke from Israeli strikes rise over Gaza City, northern Gaza Strip, Monday, July 21, 2014. The first major ground battle in two weeks of Israel-Hamas fighting exacted a steep price Sunday: It killed 65 Palestinians and 13 Israeli soldiers and forced thousands of terrified Palestinian civilians to flee Gaza City's Shijaiyah neighborhood, reportedly used to launch rockets at Israel and now devastated by the fighting. AP
Smoke from Israeli strikes rise over Gaza City, northern Gaza Strip, Monday, July 21, 2014. The first major ground battle in two weeks of Israel-Hamas fighting exacted a steep price Sunday: It killed 65 Palestinians and 13 Israeli soldiers and forced thousands of terrified Palestinian civilians to flee Gaza City's Shijaiyah neighborhood, reportedly used to launch rockets at Israel and now devastated by the fighting. AP

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