Gunmen fire on Egyptian mediators in Gaza Strip

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May 16, 2007 05:38

 
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Gunmen on Tuesday night fired on members of an Egyptian security delegation who were in the Gaza Strip to mediate between the warring Fatah and Hamas factions. The delegation was on its way to the Egyptian Embassy in Gaza at the time of the attack, which was perpetrated from a passing car. No one was wounded in the incident, which occurred after a day of bloody clashes between the two Palestinian factions.

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