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Israel army says resuming Gaza strikes as lull ends

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An Israeli soldier sits in an armored personnel carrier (APC) flying the Israeli flag as he returns from the border between Israel and the Gaza Strip after pulling out of the Palestinian enclave on August 4, 2014An Israeli soldier sits in an armored personnel carrier (APC) flying the Israeli flag as he returns from the border between Israel and the Gaza Strip after pulling out of the Palestinian enclave on August 4, 2014

An Israeli soldier sits in an armored personnel carrier (APC) flying the Israeli flag as he returns from the border between Israel and the Gaza Strip after pulling out of the Palestinian enclave on August 4, 2014An Israeli soldier sits in an armored personnel carrier (APC) flying the Israeli flag as he returns from the border between Israel and the Gaza Strip after pulling out of the Palestinian enclave on August 4, 2014

The Israeli army said on Monday it was resuming its strikes on the Gaza Strip, after the end of a seven-hour humanitarian lull.

"We are resuming our operations, including air strikes, against terrorist infrastructures in Gaza," spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Peter Lerner told AFP.

He said troops were redeploying within Gaza while other forces were pulling out in a process which began on Saturday.

Date created : 2014-08-04