A Palestinian walks on the rubble of a mosque that was partially damaged by an Israeli airstrike in Beit Lahiya in the northern Gaza Strip August 25, 2014. (AFP Photo/Roberto Schmidt)
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The Palestinian leadership is to demand the international community set a deadline for Israel to end its occupation of the territories, a senior official told AFP Monday.The move comes as Palestinian and world leaders continue to push for an end to seven weeks of bloodshed in Gaza, and seek a more permanent end to violence between Israel and the Islamist movement, Hamas. Israel's latest face-off with Hamas, which began on July 8, has so far killed at least 2,122 Palestinians and 68 people in Israel, four of them civilians.
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