Palestinians say 1 dead in Israeli strike in Gaza

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October 17, 2010 05:20

 
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Palestinian officials say an Israeli strike has killed one and wounded two in northern Gaza early Sunday morning.

Two large explosions were heard early Sunday morning. Hamas officials say an Israeli navy boat fired at a militant training ground north of Gaza City. Hospital official Adham Abu Salmia confirms one dead and two wounded, one critically.

The Israeli military said it was looking into the report.


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