At least 4 gunmen killed by IDF in a number of overnight Gaza incidents

By JPOST.COM STAFF, AP
December 3, 2007 06:45

 
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IDF troops targeted a number of gunmen along the Gaza perimeter during operations Sunday night and killed at least four of them. According to the IDF, in one instance, an armored unit spotted a mortar launching team near the perimeter fence in the northern Gaza Strip. The soldiers confirmed the gunmen were hit. Hamas and hospital officials said one terrorist was killed and six were wounded. During another incident, soldiers who were "operating against terror infrastructure in the northern Gaza Strip" recognized a group of three gunmen and opened fire on them, the army said. The three were killed. There were no IDF reports of casualties.

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