Palestinians claim 3 civilians killed near Gaza fence

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September 12, 2010 20:29

 
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Palestinian sources claim that the three Palestinians were killed by the IDF near the Gaza border fence, including a grandfather and son.

The three killed were described by Palestinian sources to be a 91-year-old farmer, his 17-year-old grandson and another 20-year-old male.

The IDF claimed to have killed two me when it fired upon a group of Palestinians approaching the border fence. The two killed were armed and had an RPG, according to a statement released by the IDF Spokesperson's Unit after the incident.

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