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Israel-Gaza violence: Israel carries out attacks on Gaza Strip — live updates

After amassing troops at the Gaza border, the Israel Defense Forces say they've carried out airstrikes against a vast network of Palestinian militant tunnels in Gaza City. Follow DW for the latest.

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