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Netanyahu vows to invade Rafah regardless of cease-fire deal

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reiterated Israel’s position that its forces will launch an anticipated military operation in Rafah, even if a ceasefire and hostage agreement is reached with Hamas. He made the remark with renewed optimism that further negotiations could lead to a halt to the fighting. Secretary of State Antony Blinken continued his tour of the Middle East and arrived in Israel on Tuesday to work for increased humanitarian aid to the Gaza Strip.

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