Report: IAF strike hits AFP office building in Gaza

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November 21, 2012 04:44

 
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An IAF strike in Rimal, Gaza on Tuesday night hit the building housing AFP's Gaza office, AFP reported.

According to an AFP photographer, no AFP staff were hurt in the attack. AFP reported witnesses said at least three rockets appeared to have hit the eight-storey building.

The IDF Spokesperson Office confirmed that there had been an airstrike overnight Tuesday to strike a terror target in the city of Rimal in Gaza.

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