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Palestinian workers rebuild a house in Gaza City in which Mohammed al-Dallu, a Hamas policeman described by the Israeli army as a terrorist, was killed along with nine other members of his family and two neighbours during Israel's last November Gaza campaign, on April 15, 2013. The Israeli military has closed probes into more that 60 allegations of misconduct during its November Gaza campaign, including a strike that killed 12, among them five women and five children. The eight-day offensive against Gaza militants, codenamed 'Operation Pillar of Defence' by Israel, claimed the lives of 177 Palestinians, including over 100 civilians, and six Israelis, two of them soldiers, according to sources on both sides. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMED ABED (Photo credit should read MOHAMMED ABED/AFP/Getty Images)
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Palestinian workers rebuild a house in Gaza City in which Mohammed al-Dallu, a Hamas policeman described by the Israeli army as a terrorist, was killed along with nine other members of his family and two neighbours during Israel's last November Gaza campaign, on April 15, 2013. The Israeli military has closed probes into more that 60 allegations of misconduct during its November Gaza campaign, including a strike that killed 12, among them five women and five children. The eight-day offensive against Gaza militants, codenamed 'Operation Pillar of Defence' by Israel, claimed the lives of 177 Palestinians, including over 100 civilians, and six Israelis, two of them soldiers, according to sources on both sides. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMED ABED (Photo credit should read MOHAMMED ABED/AFP/Getty Images)
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AFP
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Palestinian workers rebuild a house in Gaza City in which Mohammed... Nieuwsfoto's 166659961Beroep,Buurman,Conflict,Familie,Gaza-stad,Gazastrook,Hamas,Herbouwen,Israël,Leger,Mensen,Nederzettingen,Oorlog,Palestijnse cultuur,Politieagent,Terrorisme,Verkiezing,VerticaalPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPPalestinian workers rebuild a house in Gaza City in which Mohammed al-Dallu, a Hamas policeman described by the Israeli army as a terrorist, was killed along with nine other members of his family and two neighbours during Israel's last November Gaza campaign, on April 15, 2013. The Israeli military has closed probes into more that 60 allegations of misconduct during its November Gaza campaign, including a strike that killed 12, among them five women and five children. The eight-day offensive against Gaza militants, codenamed 'Operation Pillar of Defence' by Israel, claimed the lives of 177 Palestinians, including over 100 civilians, and six Israelis, two of them soldiers, according to sources on both sides. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMED ABED (Photo credit should read MOHAMMED ABED/AFP/Getty Images)