Kerry, UN chief head to Cairo to negotiate Israel cease-fire
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Islamic militants fired more rockets and Israeli planes continued to strike homes in Gaza Monday as the United Nations chief and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry headed to Cairo for a new round of negotiations to end two weeks of deadly fighting in the Jewish state.
Kerry and U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon are hoping talks in Egypt will result in a cease-fire after days of air and ground assaults have left 20 Israelis and 510 Palestinians dead and tens of thousands driven from their homes in Gaza.
President Obama told Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that Kerry would seek a cease-fire based on the truce agreed to by Israel and Hamas in November 2012. In that agreement, Israel agreed to stop incursions into Gaza as long as Hamas and other Palestinian factions agreed to stop attacking Israel.
The U.N. Security Council called for an immediate halt to fighting in the Gaza Strip at an emergency session Sunday evening, but stopped short of considering a draft resolution that would have called for Israeli forces to withdraw from the territory.