Israel-Gaza: Hamas chiefs targeted as truce efforts stall – BBC News

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    Israel said it has targeted the homes of Hamas commanders as deadly fighting with Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip enters a 10th day.

    Israel said it had tried to kill Hamas military chief Mohammed Deif “several times”. Overnight, two militants died in a strike on an apartment.

    Fresh barrages of rockets were also fired into Israel and sirens continued to sound on Wednesday morning.

    Ceasefire moves continue behind the scenes but have made little headway.

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