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La invasión israelí de Gaza en 50 fotos

10 Feb 2009
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In this handout picture released on January 12, 2009 by the Israeli Army (IDF) shows Israeli reserve forces entering the Gaza Strip. Israeli troops and Hamas fighters fought fierce battles in the streets of Gaza’s main city on Tuesday as Israel’s war on Hamas entered its 18th day and the death toll spiralled above 900. AFP PHOTO/HO/IDF — RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE —

Llevo semanas con este post en la recámara. Estuve guardando fotos de la invasión de gaza desde finales de diciembre hasta la retirada de las tropas a mediados de enero. Por fin me he decidido a editarlas y ordenarlas. La verdad es que carece de actualidad este post… pero me parece muy sano que recordemos lo que fue la invasión ahora que nadie habla de ello, que hay un nuevo presidente en los USA y que los israelíes eligen su nuevo parlamento y primer ministro.

Esta es una muestra del trabajo de los periodistas que estuvieron en la Franja, los que estuvieron empotrados entre las tropas hebreas, los propios foteros del ejercito israelí y los que pudieron pasar tras el cese de hostilidades. He evitado mostrar fotos de las manifestaciones que hubo en todo el mundo y he incluido fotos de ataques con misiles y bajas israelíes.

OS ADVIERTO DE QUE HAY FOTOS MUY DURAS QUE PUEDEN DAÑAR LA SENSIBILIDAD DE ALGUNAS PERSONAS. Pero os aseguro que he dejado fuera fotos mucho peores… y la guerra es así. Muerte, sangre, lágrimas, destrucción…

Espero que valoréis esta edición y el trabajo de los fotógrafos que enviaron estas 50 fotos.

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An Israeli soldier stands next to a tank on the Israeli side of the border with the Gaza Strip on January 19, 2009. Israel dealt a heavy to Hamas militants in the Gaza Strip, but now faces political uncertainty on the back of a Palestinian humanitarian disaster, analysts said today. AFP PHOTO/DMITRY KOSTYUKOV

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PW05 FRONTERA CON GAZA (ISRAEL) 03/01/09.- Un misil israelí impacta en la franja de Gaza después de que militantes palestinos lanzaran un cohete Qassam desde Gaza a Israel, en una imagen tomada desde la frontera de Israel con la franja de Gaza, hoy sábado 3 de enero. La aviación israelí centró hoy sus ataques en el norte de la franja de Gaza, donde continuó sus bombardeos por octavo día consecutivo y causó la muerte de tres milicianos y una niña. EFE/Pavel Wolberg

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PW1 FRONTERA CON GAZA 06.01.09.: Tres judíos ultraortodoxos contemplan la gigantesca columna de humo que se asoma desde Gaza, hoy martes 6 de enero. El primer ministro israelí, Ehud Olmert, reiteró su negativa a la propuesta de la UE para una tregua en Gaza, donde continúan los combates terrestres por tercer día consecutivo y hoy murieron 36 palestinos. . EFE/Pavel Wolberg

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AA20 CAMPO DE REFUGIADOS YABALIA (FRANJA DE GAZA), 11.01.09.- Numerosos palestinos en la escuela de Naciones Unidas en el campo de refugiados de Yabalia, en el norte de la franja de Gaza, hoy domingo 11 de enero. El primer ministro israelí, Ehud Olmert, ordenó hoy que siga la ofensiva en Gaza y aseguró que “están cerca” los “objetivos” marcados en la franja, donde en las últimas horas 24 palestinos murieron en bombardeos y combates. EFE/Ali Ali

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OHO39 FRONTERA DE GAZA (ISRAEL), 11.01.09.- Una gran columna de humo tras un ataque aéreo israelí en la franja de Gaza, hoy domingo 11 de enero. El primer ministro israelí, Ehud Olmert, ordenó hoy que siga la ofensiva en Gaza y aseguró que “están cerca” los “objetivos” marcados en la franja, donde en las últimas horas 24 palestinos murieron en bombardeos y combates. EFE/Olivier Hoslet

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MS15 FRANJA DE GAZA 05.01.09.- El cuerpo de un palestino yace sin vida en un hospital al este de la ciudad de Gaza, Franja de Gaza, hoy lunes 5 de enero. Israel bombardea Gaza por tierra, mar y aire durante segundo día de su ofensiva. Al menos 24 civiles palestinos han perdido la vida, 13 de ellos niños de una misma familia. EFE/Mohammed Saber 

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ISR07 SDEROT (ISRAEL), 7/1/2009.- Dos cohetes Al Kassam lanzados por militantes palestinos desde el sur de la franja de Gaza hacia el sur de Israel, fotografiados desde las afueras de la localidad israelí de Sderot hoy, miércoles 7 de enero. Israel dejará de bombardear tres horas al día a partir de hoy la franja de Gaza para que la población palestina pueda aprovisionarse gracias a un corredor humanitario, al entrar en su duodécima jornada la Operación “Plomo fundido”. Durante los bombardeos e invasión terrestre del Ejército israelí a Gaza al menos 660 palestinos han muerto y 2.700 han resultado heridos. En este periodo nueve israelíes han muerto, seis de ellos militares, y decenas han resultado heridos. EFE/Yossi Zamir. PROHIBIDO SU USO EN ISRAEL

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An Israeli mother protects her daughter hiding under a restaurant table in Kibbutz Yad Mordechai as a rocket launched from the Gaza Strip falls nearby on January 5, 2009. Israeli warplanes carried out intensive raids on Hamas targets today as ground troops surrounded Gaza’s main city, while Israel faced mounting diplomatic pressure for a ceasefire. The senior Hamas leader in Gaza promised “victory is coming” for the Islamist group, but Israel’s defence minister said “we have hit Hamas hard” while insisting the operation to halt Hamas rocket attacks would continue.  AFP PHOTO/PATRICK BAZ

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OHO14 FRONTERA DE GAZA (ISRAEL), 7/1/2009.- Una columna de humo procedente del impacto de los proyectiles de la artillería israelí sobre la franja de Gaza es visible desde la zona israelí de la frontera de Gaza en el atardecer de hoy, miércoles 7 de enero. Los ataques del ejército de Israel sobre Gaza se reanudaron tras el fin del alto el fuego de tres horas por parte de Israel para permitir a la población aprovisionarse gracias a un corredor humanitario abierto hoy. EFE/Olivier Hoslet

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AA20 CAMPO DE REFUGIADOS YABALIA (FRANJA DE GAZA), 11.01.09.- Numerosos palestinos en la escuela de Naciones Unidas en el campo de refugiados de Yabalia, en el norte de la franja de Gaza, hoy domingo 11 de enero. El primer ministro israelí, Ehud Olmert, ordenó hoy que siga la ofensiva en Gaza y aseguró que “están cerca” los “objetivos” marcados en la franja, donde en las últimas horas 24 palestinos murieron en bombardeos y combates. EFE/Ali Ali

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The shoe of a child is seen on blood stains in a classroom at the UN school that was hit earlier today by an Israeli strike in Beit Lahia, northern Gaza Strip on January 17, 2009. United Nations officials today demanded an investigation into a new Israeli strike on a UN-run school in Gaza, which killed a woman and a child in the fourth such attack during its war on Hamas. AFP PHOTO / MAHMUD HAMS

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MS11. FRANJA DE GAZA, 03/01/09.- Vista general del ataque aereo israelí realizado en el norte de la Franja de Gaza, el 3 de enero de 2009. EFE/Mohammed Saber

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JER12- SUR ISR (ISRAEL), 4/01/09.- Un soldados israelí ora mientras descansa en la frontera con la Franja de Gaza, en Israel hoy, 4 de enero de 2009. Un soldado murió durante los combates con militantes palestionos al norte de la Franja en el primer día de operaciones terrestres contra el moviemiento palestino Hamás. EFE/KOBI GIDEON/PROHIBIDO SU USO EN ISRAEL

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MOS35 GAZA (FRANJA DE GAZA) 16/1/2009.- El cuerpo de un militante de Hamás descansa en el suelo de un hospital tras haber sido asesinado durante una operación militar israelí en Tal al Hawa, Franja de Gaza, hoy 16 de enero de 2009. Tres niños se cuentan entre más de una veintena de palestinos muertos en los últimos ataques del Ejército israelí en Gaza, que elevaron el número de víctimas a 1.090 y los heridos a más de 5.000, según fuentes sanitarias palestinas. EFE/Mohammed Saber

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PW04 FRONTERA DE GAZA (ISRAEL) 3/1/2009.- Soldados israelíes avanzan con una pesada artilleria hacia Gaza hoy 3 de enero de 2009, en la frontera de la Franja de Gaza con Israel. Tanques israelíes abrieron hoy fuego contra el territorio de Gaza por primera vez desde el inicio hace ocho días de la ofensiva militar del Estado judío, según informaron fuentes militares de Israel y de Hamás. Los objetivos del ataque fueron diversas posiciones en el norte de Gaza, un área que los milicianos palestinos suelen utilizar para lanzar cohetes sobre territorio israelí. EFE/Pavel Wolberg

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MS02 CIUDAD DE GAZA (FRANJA DE GAZA), 18.01.09.- La mano de una joven palestina de la familia Samonee sobresale entre los escombros de su casa, hoy domingo 18 de enero, en Zaitun, al este de ciudad de Gaza, tras el ataque que sufrió la zona el pasado día 4. Los servicios de emergencia y rescate en la franja de Gaza recuperaron hoy los cadáveres de 95 palestinos entre los escombros de edificios bombardeados por la artillería y la fuerza aérea israelíes. EFE/Mohammed Saber

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A boy cries for his brother at the Biet Lahia hospital after he was killed during Israeli strikes in the northern of Gaza Strip on January 11, 2009. Tanks and warplanes pounded Gaza City before dawn on Sunday, hours after Israel warned it would escalate its war on Hamas targets, as the death toll in the 16-day-old conflict passed 850.  AFP PHOTO / MOHAMMED ABED

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An Israeli soldier stands on his armored personnel carriers (APCs) on Israel’s southern border with the Gaza Strip on January 7, 2009. Israel pounded Hamas fighters with artillery shells and air missiles in Gaza today as diplomatic efforts sped up to end the war on the Islamists that has killed at least 666 Palestinians. Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert was mulling an invitation from Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to visit Cairo today for urgent talks on the 12-day-old assault on Hamas that has sparked protests worldwide. AFP PHOTO/DAVID BUIMOVITCH

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AA05 CAMPO DE REFUGIADOS YABALIA (FRANJA DE GAZA), 11.01.09.- El cuerpo del miliciano de Hamás Ahmed Zakot, muerto durante la ofensiva israelí sobre la franja de Gaza, durante su funeral en el campo de refugiados de Yabalia, en el norte de la franja de Gaza, hoy domingo 11 de enero. El primer ministro israelí, Ehud Olmert, ordenó hoy que siga la ofensiva en Gaza y aseguró que “están cerca” los “objetivos” marcados en la franja, donde en las últimas horas 24 palestinos murieron en bombardeos y combates. EFE/Ali Ali

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An Israeli soldier speaks on a mobile phone after crossing into Israel from the border with the northern Gaza Strip January 6, 2009. Israel moved forces into a southern Gaza town on Tuesday and demanded Hamas be prevented from rearming as a main condition for a ceasefire in an 11-day-old conflict in which hundreds of Palestinians have been killed.  REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (ISRAEL)

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Palestinian girl Ayat, 10, cries at her house after finding out that her uncle Billal Nabham (not pictured), missing for 20 days, was found dead underneath the rubble of a house, in Beit Lahiya, in the northern Gaza strip January 19, 2009. More Israeli forces left the Gaza Strip on Monday after a 22-day assault on Hamas militants, and both sides kept a ceasefire, allowing dazed Palestinians to survey the destruction and mourn their dead.  REUTERS/Anja Niedringhaus/Pool  (GAZA)

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An explosion is seen after after an Israeli air strike in the southern Gaza Strip town of Rafah near the border with Egypt on January 13, 2009. Israeli troops and Hamas fighters fought fierce battles in the streets of Gaza’s main city on Tuesday as Israel’s war on Hamas entered its 18th day and the death toll spiralled above 900. AFP PHOTO/SAID KHATIB ALTERNATIVE CROP

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Palestinians are reflected in a puddle of blood mixed with water after an Israeli air strike in Gaza January 12, 2009. Israeli troops fought fierce gun battles with Hamas fighters on Monday, keeping military pressure on the Islamist group while avoiding all-out urban warfare that would complicate ongoing diplomatic efforts to end the Gaza war.   REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (GAZA)

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A man cries after one his relatives, a Palestinian medical employee, was killed during Israeli strikes on January 13, 2009 in Beit Lahia, northern Gaza Strip . Israeli troops and Hamas fighters traded fierce gunfire on the streets of Gaza City on Tuesday as Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas accused the Jewish state of trying to “wipe out” his people. AFP PHOTO / YASSER SAYMEH

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A Palestinian boy looks for his belongings in the rubble of his house, on January 19, 2009, in Jabalia’s Ezbet Abdrabbo neighborhood. A tenuous ceasefire held today in Gaza, where Palestinians dug out from the rubble and Hamas put on a show of defiance vowing to fight on after the Jewish state’s deadliest war on the strip. AFP PHOTO OLIVIER LABAN-MATTEI

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A killed Palestinian girl lies on a hospital bed in Beit Lahia, northern Gaza Strip, on January 11, 2009 following Israeli strikes in the area. Israel indicated for the first time today that an end was in sight to its war on Hamas, amid some of the heaviest clashes of an offensive that has killed nearly 900 people in the Gaza Strip. Israeli troops pushed deeper into Gaza’s main city, sparking some of the fiercest battles yet of the 16-day-old war that Israel launched in response to rocket fire, but that has failed to completely stop the rockets. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMED ABED

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A Palestinian man holds a leaflet dropped by Israeli Air Force planes over the Gaza Strip on January 3, 2009. The message reads in Arabic: “To the residents of the area, due to terrorist actions that some terrorist groups commit from your residential area, the Israeli Defense Forces had to immediately respond in your area. For your safety you are required to evacuate the area immediately?. Over the past days Israeli Air force planes have dropped thousands of fliers over the battered Gaza Strip with different messages to its residents. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMED ABED

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Palestinians sit in a United Nations school after fleeing their house during Israel’s offensive in Gaza January 5, 2009. Combat between Israeli troops and Hamas militants raged on Monday as Israel pressed home its a ground assault in Gaza in the face of French-led diplomatic efforts to broker a ceasefire. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA)

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A UN worker holds his head as fire billows from the UN warehouse in Gaza City after it was hit by Israeli strikes on January 15, 2009. The UN on Thursday suspended some of its operations in Gaza after Israeli shells smashed into its compound, setting fire to warehouses of badly-needed aid and prompting outrage from UN chief Ban Ki-moon as he arrived in Israel.   AFP PHOTO / MOHAMMED ABED

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A Palestinian woman sits on the floor beside her baby wounded by an Israeli tank shell, at Shifa hospital in Gaza January 5, 2009. An Israeli tank shell killed three Palestinian children in their home in eastern Gaza City on Monday, medical officials said.They said several other Palestinians were wounded in the incident in Gaza’s Zeitoun neighbourhood. An Israeli military spokeswoman said she was checking the report. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (GAZA)

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JER01 JERUSALÉN (ISRAEL) 6/1/2009.- Soldados israelíes portan el féretro del soldado Major Dagan Wortman, durante su funeral en el cementerio militar de Mt. Herzl de Jerusalén, Israel, hoy 6 de enero de 2009. Dagan Wortman murió durante una operación militar en Gaza. EFE/Yossi Zamir

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The mother of Palestinian Billal Nabham, cries after his body was found under the rubble of a house after being missing for 20 days, in Beit Lahia in the northern Gaza strip, on January 19, 2009. A tenuous ceasefire held today in Gaza, where Palestinians dug out from the rubble and Hamas put on a show of defiance vowing to fight on after the Jewish state’s deadliest war on the territory. AFP PHOTO/POOL/ANJA NIEDRINGHAUS

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GAZ09 GAZA (FRANJA DE GAZA), 5/1/2009.- Unos familiares entierran al niño Mohammed al Samone, uno de los tres hermanos que resultaron muertos en un ataque de misiles israelíes contra el este de la ciudad de Gaza, durante su funeral hoy, lunes 5 de enero. Al menos 23 palestinos, todos ellos aparentemente civiles, han muerto hoy en distintos bombardeos israelíes en la franja de Gaza, mientras varios líderes europeos llegan a la región para tratar de arrancar una tregua. EFE/Mohammed Saber.

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An Israeli man casts a shadow on his house that was damaged after a rocket attack in the southern city of Ashkelon January 5, 2009. Combat between Israeli troops and Hamas militants raged on Monday as Israel pressed home its a ground assault in Gaza in the face of French-led diplomatic efforts to broker a ceasefire. The offensive will go on until communities in Israel were safe from Hamas rocket strikes, Defence Minister Ehud Barak said. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (ISRAEL)

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Israeli soldiers drive a mobile artillery unit as the sun sets over the central Gaza Strip January 5, 2009. Israeli tanks, planes and ground forces pounded Gaza on Monday and the defence minister said the offensive against Hamas militants in the Palestinian enclave would go on until Israel was safe. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL)

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A Palestinian boy plays with a ball outside destroyed houses on the outskirts of Jabalia refugee camp in the northern Gaza Strip on January 19, 2009. A tenuous ceasefire held today in Gaza, where Palestinians dug out from the rubble and Hamas put on a show of defiance vowing to fight on after the Jewish state’s deadliest war on the territory. AFP PHOTO/POOL/JERRY LAMPEN

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An Israeli soldier plays with a soccer ball in Kibbutz Nir Am outside the northern Gaza Strip January 19, 2009. Israeli forces were pulling out of the Gaza Strip on Monday following a tentative truce with Hamas that allowed Palestinians to take stock of the devastating three-week war. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL)

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A Palestinian holds his grandson at a U.N. school after they fled their house during Israel’s offensive in Gaza January 7, 2009. Israel and Hamas studied an Egyptian proposal for a ceasefire in the Gaza Strip on Wednesday that won immediate backing from the United States and Europe, hours after Israeli shells killed 42 Palestinians at a U.N. school. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (GAZA)

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An Israeli man recites a short prayer near Kibbutz Nir Am as plumes of smoke rise above the northern Gaza Strip January 11, 2009. Israeli forces edged into the Gaza Strip’s most populous area on Sunday, killing at least 29 Palestinians on the 16th day of a devastating offensive Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said was close to achieving its aims.   REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (ISRAEL)

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Israeli reservists look out of windows during training at the Tzeelim army base in southern Israel January 11, 2009. Israeli forces edged into the Gaza Strip’s most populous area on Sunday, killing at least 29 Palestinians on the 16th day of a devastating offensive Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said was close to achieving its aims. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (ISRAEL)

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A municipality worker surveys the scene after a rocket landed on an empty kindergarten in the port city of Ashdod January 5, 2009. Israeli tanks, planes and ground forces pounded Gaza on Monday and the defence minister said the offensive against Hamas militants in the Palestinian enclave would go on until Israel was safe. The Israeli army said “many dozens” of Islamist fighters had been killed since ground troops went in on Saturday in a stated attempt to end rocket fire by Hamas into southern Israel.  REUTERS/Baz Ratner (ISRAEL)

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An ultra-Orthodox Jewish youth stands under a window, in the shape of a Jewish Star of David, that was shattered after a rocket landed in the port city of Ashdod January 5, 2009. Israeli tanks, planes and ground forces pounded Gaza on Monday and the defence minister said the offensive against Hamas militants in the Palestinian enclave would go on until Israel was safe. The Israeli army said “many dozens” of Islamist fighters had been killed since ground troops went in on Saturday in a stated attempt to end rocket fire by Hamas into southern Israel.  REUTERS/Baz Ratner (ISRAEL)

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Smoke billows from Israeli artillery shells exploding over the northern Gaza Strip on January 12, 2009 as seen from the Israel-Gaza border. Israeli warplanes struck some 12 targets in Gaza overnight on Monday, the army said, marking the lowest level of night-time bombing in Israel’s 17-day-old war on Hamas.    AFP PHOTO/Menahem KAHANA

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AA14 BEIT LAHIYA (FRANJA DE GAZA), 12.01.09.- Un hombre inspecciona los restos de su casa, destruida durante un ataque aéreo israelí con misiles en Beit Lahiya, en el norte de la franja de Gaza, hoy lunes 12 de enero. La ofensiva israelí “Plomo Fundido” continuó esta mañana por decimoséptimo día consecutivo en Gaza, donde siete palestinos murieron en las últimas horas y desde la que las milicias palestinas siguieron lanzando cohetes contra Israel. EFE/Ali Ali

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A Palestinian looks at houses destroyed during Israel’s offensive, in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip January 19, 2009. Israeli forces were pulling out of the Gaza Strip on Monday following a tentative truce with Hamas that allowed Palestinians to take stock of the devastating three-week war.  REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa (GAZA)

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A Palestinian man prays in the rubble of his house in Beit Lahiya, in the northern Gaza Strip January 19, 2009. More Israeli forces left the Gaza Strip on Monday after a 22-day assault on Hamas militants, and both sides kept a ceasefire, allowing dazed Palestinians to survey the destruction and mourn their dead. REUTERS/Anja Niedringhaus/Pool  (GAZA)

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AA09. FRANJA DE GAZA, 19/01/09.- Una familia palestina permanece junto a su vivienda destrozada en el noreste del campo de refugiados de Jabalaiya, en la Franja de Gaza, el 19 de enero de 2009. Los líderes árabes intentan que la Cumbre Económica de la Liga Árabe que se inauguró hoy en Kuwait sirva para adoptar una estrategia común ante la crisis de Gaza que contribuya a solventar las notables diferencias evidenciadas en las últimas semanas. EFE/Ali Ali

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ISR15 SUR DE ISRAEL, 18.01.09.- Un grupo de tanques israelíes abandona la franja de Gaza hacia el sur de Israel, hoy domingo 18 de enero, horas después de que el primer ministro israelí, Ehud Olmert, declarara un alto el fuego unilateral en Gaza, que Hamás rechazó desde la franja palestina. EFE/Jim Hollander 

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Bodies of Palestinians killed during Israel’s offensive are seen in the morgue of Shifa hospital in Gaza City January 15, 2009. Israeli tanks and artillery pounded the city of Gaza on Thursday in the most relentless shelling in nearly three weeks of fighting, despite some signs of progress in international efforts to bring about a ceasefire.  REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA)


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