International Pressure Builds For Israeli-Hamas Ceasefire Agreement

The international community looks to de-escalate the conflict as Israeli troops amass on the border of the Gaza Strip for a ground offensive.
1:19 | 07/14/14

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Let's get more from chief global affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz. International pressure building for a cease-fire. Secretary of state John Kerry has stepped up contact with both sides. He has. He's spent so much time here, George, as you know over the last couple of years, trying to broker a peace agreement. There is nothing to show for that this morning. There are so many crises that he's dealing with. Afghanistan, Iraq. Hard to believe, I was just there two weeks ago in Baghdad, covering that conflict there. It's only getting worse there. Now we're here today. The diplomats have only so much band width when they're dealing with things. They have to prioritize. It's very, very difficult with what is going nonthe world. You look at the world right now. Pierre Thomas talking to the attorney general yesterday, said he's never seen a more dangerous time. I think that is right. It's what it was Ta was talking about. You can't prioritize. There is so much potential for people to build up safe havens. Thank you, Martha. Let's get the rest of the top stories from Dan Harris.

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