Gaza: 5 killed in attack on Fatah official's home

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May 16, 2007 06:44

 
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Hamas gunmen stormed the home of a top Fatah official early Wednesday in Gaza City, killing five bodyguards inside, Palestinians security officials said. Hamas gunmen fired mortars at the house of Fatah security chief Rashid Abu Shbak before storming it and planting pipe bombs inside, the officials said. The attack comes after a brutal day of factional fighting between Hamas and Fatah rivals in Gaza that killed 15 people on Tuesday.

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