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Violence continues in Gaza, despite ceasefire promise

The latest Israel-Gaza conflict is now into its second week.

Despite signs that Israel and Hamas would agree to a ceasefire Tuesday evening, the violence continued through Wednesday morning.

For a look at the situation in Gaza, Daybreak reached Yousef Al-Helou, a freelance Palestinian journalist based in Gaza City who has also taken part in pro-Palestinian causes.

He's on the ground in Gaza.

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Israel and Palestinian militants in Gaza have clashed in recent days with a series of airstrikes and rocket attacks, amid threats of a ground war. The maps below show the affected regions in Israel and Gaza as of Nov. 20, 2012 (CBC)

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