Violence Escalates Between Israel And Gaza As Death Toll Rises

Tensions between Palestinians in Gaza and Israel are reaching a breaking point as the deadliest outbreak of violence in years continues. NBC News’ Matt Bradley breaks down how the situation is unfolding and de-escalation efforts from the international community.

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