Toll in Israel strikes on Gaza hits 186, topping 2012
Posted: Tuesday, July 15, 2014
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Toll in Israel strikes on Gaza hits 186, topping 2012
The death toll from Israel´s seven-day air campaign against Gaza rose to 186 on Monday, exceeding that of the last conflict in the besieged Palestinian territory, in 2012.
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Israel Claims New "Legitimacy" as Attack on Gaza Resumes
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Four out of every five Palestinians killed in Gaza have been civilians, UN reports
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Over a dozen CIA-recruited spies work in German ministries
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U.S. wastes billions on bad foreign policy
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