Palestinians: IDF kills gunman, wounds civilians in Gaza

September 6, 2011 20:46


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IDF forces killed a Palestinian gunman and wounded two civilians during an incursion into the southern Gaza Strip on Tuesday, a terrorist group and medical sources said.

The Popular Resistance Committees said its men battled Israeli troops who crossed the border near Khan Younis and that one gunman died in an air strike.

Hospital officials said two Palestinian civilians, a father and son, suffered shrapnel wounds in the incident.

The military had no immediate comment.

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