IDF sources: Soldiers fired 'warning shots' at Gazans

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December 24, 2012 01:10

 
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IDF soldiers fired warning shots at Gazans approaching the security barrier on Sunday, but did not hit any of the Palestinians, military sources confirmed Sunday night.

The sources said that any Palestinian injuries had nothing to do with IDF fire.Gazan medical sources said earlier that IDF fire killed two Palestinians in the eastern Gaza Strip late Sunday night, Palestinian media reported.



A Gazan Health Ministry official later denied that anyone had been killed, the Palestine Today news agency reported.

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