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Israel pounds southern Gaza as hopes of reviving truce fade

Season 2023 Episode 347 | 3m 39s

Hopes for a renewed cease-fire in Gaza any time soon have dimmed considerably, as Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu ordered his negotiators home from Qatar, saying talks had hit a dead end. Since the fighting resumed on Friday, the focus of Israel’s aerial bombardment has shifted to southern Gaza as Palestinians there are ordered to evacuate and the death toll rises once more.

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