Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (C) and Defence Minister Moshe Yaalon (L) attend a cabinet meeting in Tel Aviv July 31, 2014. REUTERS/Dan Balilty/Pool
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reiterated Thursday that he would not pull troops out of Gaza until Hamas' tunnel network was completely destroyed, despite growing international calls for a cease-fire, and announced the call-up of 16,000 more army reservists.On a day when 16 Palestinians were killed in a rocket attack, while sheltering in a U.N. refugee school Wednesday, in an attack attributed by the United Nations to Israel, the U.S. signed off on a renewed ammunition deal with Israel, to help boost its depleted stocks.
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