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Gaza situation 'intolerable': British foreign minister

British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond speaks during a joint press conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the Knesset in Jerusalemon on July 24, 2014British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond on Sunday demanded an unconditional ceasefire to resolve the “intolerable” situation in Gaza, adding that the British public was “deeply disturbed” by what it was seeing. Hammond, who took over from William Hague last month, told the Sunday Telegraph that the killing had to stop, having already said he was “gravely concerned” by the number of civilian casualties from Israel’s military operation in Gaza. “The British public has a strong sense that the situation of the civilian population in Gaza is intolerable and must be addressed — and we agree with them,” he told the newspaper. “It’s a broad swathe of British public opinion that feels deeply disturbed by what it is seeing on its television screens,” he added.

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