Palestinians gather in front of damaged buildings in Gaza following overnight Israeli airstrikes targeting the area.
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Palestinian armed factions announced Tuesday that a cease-fire with Israel has been reinstated with Egypt's mediation, after the worst surge of violence between the two sides since 2014 threatened to escalate into a full-blown war.Egypt called on Israel to halt its military operations in Gaza in a statement Tuesday night.The U.S. State Department Tuesday condemned the Palestinian attacks into Israel and said it stood with Israel as it defends itself. The spate of violence began after Hamas vowed revenge after a botched Israeli special forces operation inside the Gaza Strip turned deadly Sunday, killing seven Palestinians, including two commanders.A high ranking Israeli official, identified only by the Israeli military as Lt. Col. M. May, was also killed.
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