Smoke rises after an Israeli strike on Gaza Strip, seen from Israel Gaza Border, Monday, July 14, 2014. (AP Photo/Ariel Schalit)
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The death toll from Israel's seven-day air campaign against Gaza rose to 184 on Monday, exceeding that of the last conflict in the besieged Palestinian territory, in 2012 .Five Palestinians were killed in two separate air strikes late Monday, hiking the toll above the 177 people killed in the last major round of violence between Israel and its Islamist foe Hamas in November 2012 . Emergency services spokesman Ashraf al-Qudra said the strikes killed three people in Rafah in the south of Gaza, including a young child, and two people in Khan Yunis, also in the south. Earlier, a man and a woman wounded in air strikes on Sunday died of their injuries.
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