IDF uncovers another Gaza tunnel; uniforms, maps and weapons found

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July 23, 2014 15:28

 
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The IDF on Wednesday afternoon uncovered a new tunnel shaft in Gaza, leading to an underground passage that contained maps, weapons and IDF uniforms. Meanwhile, a Givati infantry unit fired on a terrorist cell that surfaced from a tunnel. One terrorist was shot.

Elsewhere in Gaza, an Armored Corps force fired on two terror cells that were about to fire an anti-tank missile at the army. The cell was hit, the army said.

Late Wednesday night or early Thursday morning, a Golani infantry force came under anti-tank fire. Soldiers returned fire, and directed an air strike at the cell that fired the missile. The cell was hit.

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