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News code: 28082
Published Date: Sunday 18 August 2019 - 12:48:27
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Israeli fire kills three Palestinians in besieged Gaza Strip

Israeli fire kills three Palestinians in besieged Gaza Strip
World  - At least three Palestinians have been killed by Israeli fire in the north of the Gaza Strip, according to Palestinian health officials and local media, hours after three rockets were allegedly fired from the blockaded enclave.


Maan news agency said on Sunday at least one other Palestinian suffered "critical" injuries following the overnight attack.

Palestinian Health Ministry Spokesman Ashraf al-Qudra said that three bodies had arrived to the Al-Andalusi hospital in the Gaza Strip on Sunday morning, as well as one person with a serious injury.

He identified the three dead as: Mahmoud Adel al-Walaidah, 24, Mohammed Farid Abu Namous, 27, and Mohammed Samir al-Taramsi, 26.

In an earlier incident on Saturday night, Israeli air raids hit parts of the northern Gaza Strip, including an open field used to grow crops, as well as a position belonging to a Gaza-based resistance movement, according to local media reports.

Medics said that Israeli forces only allowed for Palestinian ambulances to enter the area hours after it had launched the attacks.

 

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Published Date: Sunday 18 August 2019 - 12:48:27
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