Palestinians fire at IDF troops in two incidents

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December 1, 2005 21:15

 
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Palestinians opened fire at IDF troops near the Karni goods crossing in northern Gaza on Thursday evening. In the West Bank, shots were fired at soldiers deployed near Bita a-Tahtah, south of Nablus. No one was wounded and no damage was caused in either attack. Earlier, security forces blew up a 30-kilogram bomb that had been found next to the Gaza security fence, south of the Sufa crossing. The army noted that since the pullout from the Gaza Strip, security forces had uncovered and blown up 20 bombs that had been placed along the fence around Gaza.



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