A Palestinian man inspects a house which police said was damaged in an Israeli air strike, in Gaza City July 21, 2014. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem
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US Secretary of State John Kerry traveled to Cairo early Monday for crisis talks on Gaza, following President Barack Obama's call for an "immediate ceasefire" between Israelis and Palestinians.According to the State Department, Kerry supports Egypt's initiative to bring about a ceasefire.Kerry's high-stakes trip came as US media reported that two American members of the Israeli Defense Force were killed in Gaza fighting.Just before Kerry's 0515 GMT Monday departure from Andrews Air Force Base outside Washington, the UN Security Council deplored the mounting death toll in Gaza and appealed for an immediate ceasefire.
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