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Israeli tanks crossed into Gaza last night, and today, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned that the incursion may “widen.” Paul Adams is correspondent for BBC’s World Affairs.

The Gaza Invasion

Israeli tanks crossed into Gaza last night, and today, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned that the incursion may “widen.” Paul Adams is correspondent for BBC’s World Affairs.

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