IDF resumes attacks on Gaza terror targets after Hamas breaks cease-fire

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July 27, 2014 10:04

 
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The IDF announced Sunday morning that it would be resuming attacks on terror targets in the Gaza Strip through the air, sea and on the ground after Hamas rocket fire broke a humanitarian cease-fire that Israel had agreed to extend until midnight Sunday.

In light of the decision, the IDF called on civilians in Gaza to avoid areas where fighting was taking place.

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