The scars remain for those left behind after 11 days of aerial bombardment in the Gaza Strip | 7.30

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    In Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netenyahu’s grip on power appears to be slipping. A coalition of opponents looks set to oust him after 12 years in the job.

    But even a leadership change is unlikely to change the status quo – Israel and Hamas are locked in an uneasy truce following 11 days of aerial bombardment in the Gaza Strip, with very little prospect of enduring peace. Middle East correspondent Tom Joyner reports.

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