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President Obama visits an Austin barbecue spot.
Israel says it is focusing on underground tunnel networks and rocket-launching sites in Gaza.
The claim comes as the Palestinian death toll in Gaza continues to rise.
On the front of the shirt are caricatures of Chinese people.