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PHOTO GALLERY: Palestinian children bear brunt of Israel's onslaught


(Reuters Displaced Palestinians, who have fled their homes, ride in a flatbed truck
(AP) A Palestinian boy walks outside the National Islamic Bank, destroyed overnight in an Israeli st
(AP) A Palestinian boy walks up the stairs of a house destroyed
(Reuters) A man buries Palestinian child Suhaib Hejazi at a cemetery in Gaza
(Reuters) A displaced Palestinian boy, who fled his family's house
(Reuters) A Palestinian girl stands next to a relative's house after it was destroyed
(AP) A Palestinian woman cries next to a relative's house after it was destroyed
(Reuters) Palestinian members of the Balata family, who fled their house
(Reuters) Displaced Palestinians, who fled their houses
(Reuters) Displaced Palestinians, who fled their houses
(Reuters) Displaced Palestinians, who fled their houses
(Reuters) Displaced Palestinians, who fled their houses
(Reuters) A displaced Palestinian girl, who fled her family's house
(Reuters) Displaced Palestinians, who fled their houses
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As Israel's latest war on Gaza enters seventh day, Palestinian death toll rises to 117, including dozens of children

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