IDF forces in Gaza come under fire, call in airstrike

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August 3, 2014 12:42

 
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A Givati infantry unit and an Armored Corps unit came under enemy fire while operating inside the Gaza Strip on Sunday morning.

The units returned fire, before observing a Palestinian gunman fleeing a home and entering a vehicle. The air force then struck the vehicle.

No IDF casualties were reported by the army. A hit on the vehicle was confirmed.

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