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Israel's leader says the country will exert "great force" against Gaza's Hamas rulers after the Islamic militants rejected a truce agreement.
Israel halted its fire for six hours after accepting an Egyptian truce proposal.
But with Hamas continuing to launch rockets into Israel, it resumed strikes in the afternoon.
Benjamin Netanyahu said in an evening address aired live on television that Israel has "no choice" but to respond more forcefully.
The Israeli military says Gaza militants fired close to 125 rockets since the truce was to have begun.
An Israeli civilian was killed Tuesday by fire from the Gaza strip, the first Israeli death in more than a week of fighting.
The Obama administration today urged Hamas to accept the ceasefire agreement.
The President said last night that further escalation would not benefit either side, but reiterated U.S. support for Israel's actions.
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