Report: Security services in Gaza hold field drill

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October 6, 2012 11:30

 
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A field drill for security services, including police and national security, was run by the ministry of interior in the Hamas-run government in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, Ma'an news agency reported.

A ministry statement said the act was part of “normal drill” for all the ministry’s security services as part of efforts to maintain security and stability, Ma'an reported.

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