Gaza Violence Threatens Truce

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    Jan. 27: A Palestinian man rests in front of his destroyed house in the eastern part of Jebaliya, northern Gaza Strip. As Gaza recovers from the last round of violence and begins to rebuild, the territory's prime minister, Ismail Haniyeh, said in a written statement that his group would not try to take any of the international donations expected to arrive.

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    Jan. 27: Palestinian relatives of Ismail Al Baryen, 27, carry his body during his funeral in the village of Abasan, east of Khan Younis, in the southern Gaza Strip. Al Baryen was shot and killed by by Israeli troops near the border with Israel Tuesday, Palestinian medics said. In another incident the Israeli military says one soldier was killed and three wounded in a bomb attack on the Gaza-Israel border. The bombing Tuesday marks the first serious clash along the border since a cease-fire began on Jan. 18.

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    Jan. 27: Children of a Palestinian family rest on the rubble of their destroyed house in eastern Jebaliya, northern Gaza Strip. Gazans struggle to resume normal life after the fighting and international donors discuss how best to help the territory rebuild. Gaza's Hamas leader said Tuesday the group, which is boycotted as a terrorist organization by the U.S. and European Union, would not try to claim any of the reconstruction funds.

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    Jan. 27: Palestinian relatives of Ismail Al Baryen, 27, react during his funeral in the village of Abasan, east of Khan Younis, in the southern Gaza Strip. Al Baryen was shot and killed by Israeli troops near the broder with Israel Tuesday, Palestinians medics said. In another incident the Israeli military says one soldier was killed and three wounded in a bomb attack on the Gaza-Israel border. The bombing Tuesday marks the first serious clash along the border since a cease-fire began on Jan. 18.

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    Jan. 27: The rubble of Palestinian houses destroyed in the last Israeli military offensive are seen in the devastated area of east Jebaliya. The Israeli military says one soldier has been killed and three wounded in a bomb attack on the Gaza-Israel border. The bombing Tuesday marks the first serious clash along the border since a cease-fire began on Jan. 18.

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    Jan. 27: An Israeli soldier gestures as he stands next to a tow truck transporting a damaged army jeep, hit when Palestinian militants detonated a bomb next to an Israeli army patrol, near Israel's border with the Gaza Strip, in southern Israel. Palestinian militants detonated a bomb next to an Israeli army patrol along the border with Gaza Tuesday, killing one soldier and wounding three others in the first serious clash since a cease-fire went into effect more than a week ago.

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    Jan. 27: In this photo released by Israel's Defense Ministry, Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak talks with Israeli reserve soldiers during a training session at Tzeelim army base in southern Israel. Palestinian militants detonated a bomb next to an Israeli army patrol near the Gaza Strip on Tuesday and Israeli soldiers quickly crossed the border in search of the attackers, in the first serious clash since a cease-fire went into effect more than a week ago.

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