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Palestinians displaced by the Israeli ground offensive in the Gaza Strip arrive in the Mawasi area on Thursday.
A photo taken from southern Israel near the border with the Gaza Strip on Wednesday, shows smoke billowing during an Israeli bombardment in Gaza amid continuing battles between Israel and the militant group Hamas.
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Israeli men, armed with U.S.-made M16 automatic assault rifles, walk in a shopping center in Jerusalem on Oct. 25, amid the ongoing battles in the Gaza Strip between Israel and Hamas.
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An Israeli artillery unit is pictured near the border with the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, amid continuing battles between Israel and the militant group Hamas.
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U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken, left, listens as Israeli President Isaac Herzog speaks Thursday in Tel Aviv. Blinken urged Israeli officials to take "more effective steps" to avoid harm to civilians in Gaza.
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Israeli protesters call for the release of the Bibas family, whose members are being held hostage in the Gaza Strip by the Hamas militant group, in Tel Aviv, Israel, on Tuesday.
Palestinian prisoner Khalil Zama, right, hugs his mother after being released from an Israeli jail in exchange for Israeli hostages released by Hamas from the Gaza Strip, at his home in Halhul village north Hebron in the occupied West Bank on Monday.
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A mother and her children react to the news that Hanna Katzir, who the Palestine Islamic Jihad claimed died in captivity, is among the 13 Israelis released. They are watching the news on their phone outside the Museum of Tel Aviv on Friday.
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