Palestinian medics help evacuate a survivor after an Israeli airstike on his home in Gaza City on July 27, 2014. AFP PHOTO/MAHMUD HAMS
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US Secretary of State John Kerry is working for Israel and Hamas to agree to further halts in the Gaza bloodshed ahead of Egyptian-led peace talks, an official said Sunday.Kerry returned to Washington early Sunday after a weeklong mission to the Middle East that failed to reach a permanent ceasefire to stop the 20-day conflict which has killed more than 1,000 people, mostly Palestinian civilians.Kerry, who spent much of the past week in Egypt, on Saturday held talks in Paris with the foreign ministers of Qatar and Turkey -- key supporters of Hamas, which the United States classifies as a terrorist group.
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