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Gaza campaign to go on until calm restored to Israel: PM

© AFP/File | File picture shows Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaking during a press conference at the defense ministry in the coastal city of Tel Aviv on August 2, 2014File picture shows Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaking during a press conference at the defense ministry in the coastal city of Tel Aviv on August 2, 2014

Israel will not stop its 28-day military campaign in Gaza until long-term calm is restored, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday, shunning increasingly vocal world demands for a truce.

"The campaign in Gaza is continuing," he said at the end of a seven-hour humanitarian lull which saw violence subside in the battered enclave.

"This operation will only end when quiet and security is established for the citizens of Irael for a prolonged period.