Gazan woman and duaghter reportedly killed in IAF airstrike

By REUTERS
October 11, 2015 05:11

 
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Following an IAF airstrike in the Gaza Strip, a 30-year-old woman and her three-year-old daughter were reportedly killed.

Witnesses said the explosions at one of the Hamas camps in Gaza City caused a nearby house to collapse while its inhabitants were sleeping inside. Gaza Health Ministry spokesman Ashraf al-Qidra said a five-year-old boy and a man were wounded.

No group claimed responsibility for launching the rockets, one of which was intercepted near the southern Israeli town of Ashkelon. The other hit an open area, causing no casualties.

The Israeli military said it held Hamas responsible for any attacks from Gaza.

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