IAF helicopter strikes targets in Gaza after Negev attack

By REUTERS
April 7, 2011 16:42

 
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An Israeli attack helicopter machine-gunned a target in Gaza on Thursday for the first time since the Operation Cast Lead, after an anti-tank missile fired from the Gaza Strip hit a bus in the Negev, wounding two people.

A Reuters correspondent said the sound of heavy fire from the helicopter was audible in the center of the city.

Palestinian medics said one man was killed and three injured by Israeli tank fire following the mortar attack.

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