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Israel pummeled Gaza with air strikes on Monday and Palestinian militants launched rockets at Israeli cities despite a flurry of U.S. and regional diplomacy that has so far failed to halt more than a week of deadly fighting.
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NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said on Monday Croatian troops in the western alliance's KFOR peace-keeping mission in Kosovo were operating under exactly the same rules as all other NATO troops in the Balkan country.