UN set to vote on U.S.-led Gaza ceasefire resolution

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Secretary of State Antony Blinken met with Israeli leaders in Tel Aviv on Friday on the final stop in his sixth urgent trip to the region since the start of the war, as the U.S. planned to put a resolution calling for an immediate truce in Gaza to a vote of the UN Security Council, intensifying pressure on its ally.

Blinken said he would share alternatives to Israel’s planned ground assault into the southern Gaza town of Rafah during talks with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his war cabinet.

The United Nations Security Council will vote Friday on a U.S.-sponsored resolution declaring

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