IAF strikes Fatah building in Gaza

Army says people were in the building, but reports indicate no casualties.

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May 10, 2006 23:26

 
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IAF aircraft fired two missiles at a building that served as a Fatah headquarters in the southern Gaza Strip Wednesday night. Initial media reports indicate that there were no casualties among the Palestinians. The army said that the building, located in the evacuated settlement of Neveh Dekalim near Khan Yunis, was run by the Fatah-affiliated Abu Rish Brigades and served as a terror headquarters to plan attacks against Israel. Palestinians were in the building at the time of the attack, the army said, but Israeli sources could not confirm any casualties.

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