A Palestinian relative reacts at the morgue of a hospital after members of the al-Najjar (Najar) family were killed in an Israeli air strike on their house in Khan Yunis, in the southern Gaza Strip, on July 26, 2014. AFP PHOTO / SAID KHATIB
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Not a stone is left standing at the Najjar family home in southern Gaza. Yesterday it was a three-storey building, today medics dug 22 bodies of out the crater where it once stood. The Najjar family home was decimated in the final hours before the truce, in an Israeli air strike that killed at least 16 members of the family as well as others in their home and surrounding buildings.From southern Gaza to the north, the pain was the same, as families returned to find their homes ground into rubble by relentless Israeli tank fire and air strikes.
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