Report: Two Palestinians killed in IAF strike in Gaza

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August 25, 2011 20:06

 
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Two Palestinians were killed Thursday when the IAF struck their motorcycle in the northern Gaza Strip, Palestinians sources said.

A medical source in Gaza said that one of the victims was identified as Salim Khaled al-Arabid.

Also in the last number of hours, at least ten rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip into southern Israel, Channel 10 news said. No injuries were reported.

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