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U.S. seeking to de-escalate Gaza conflict -White House

The Biden administration on Friday (May 14) reiterated that it was working toward de-escalation of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and a lasting peace in Gaza.

It also said Israel had a right to self-defense.

White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki told reporters the administration was focused on leveraging U.S. relationships in the region to end the crisis between Israel and the Islamist militant Hamas diplomatically

(Production: George Tamerlani)

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