Ending violence 'will take time' says Netanyahu as Israeli troops mass at Gaza border

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Thursday "it will take more time", as Gaza cross-border violence escalated.

"We continue striking Hamas while defending our citizens. It will take more time," he said while visiting an Iron Dome missile defence battery in central Israel.

Israeli troops massed at Gaza's border on Thursday and Palestinian militants pounded Israel with rockets in intense hostilities that have caused international concern and touched off clashes between Jews and Arabs in Israel.

In renewed air strikes on Gaza, Israel struck a six-storey residential building in Gaza City that it said belonged to Hamas, the Islamist group that controls the Palestinian enclave.

At least 83 people have been killed in Gaza since violence escalated on Monday, medics said. Seven people have been killed in Israel, its military said.

In the latest Palestinian rocket attacks, one rocket crashed into a building near Israel's commercial capital of Tel Aviv, injuring five Israelis, police said. Sirens blared in cities across southern Israel, sending thousands running for shelters.

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