Hamas operative killed in Khan Younis strike

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September 6, 2006 07:18

 
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IAF targeted two armed Palestinians west of Khan Younis early Wednesday morning. One Hamas operative was killed in the strike and three others were wounded. IAF helicopters continued to fly above the area, Palestinian sources reported. A Hamas member who was wounded in Tuesday night's IDF strike in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip died of his wounds, bringing the total number killed by IDF in the Rafah strike to four.

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