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Netanyahu says military campaign will continue despite increasing calls for ceasefire as Israeli airstrikes killed 42 people in Gaza Sunday

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Summary List Placement Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday that the country's military campaign against the militant group Hamas will continue despite increasing international calls for a ceasefire.
Sunday also marked the deadliest attack in the latest round of violence, with at least 42 people killed in Gaza, including 10 children, according to the Associated Press .
Netanyahu appeared on CBS's Face the Nation and was asked how long the recent bout of attacks will continue.
"Well, we hope that it doesn't continue very long, but we were attacked by Hamas," Netanyahu...
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