IAF strikes car in northern Gaza, four wounded

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June 20, 2006 19:44

 
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An IAF aircraft fired missiles at a car in the Jabalya refugee camp in northern Gaza on Tuesday evening. The vehicle was carrying members of an Al-Aksa Martyrs' Brigade cell. Four people were seriously wounded in the blast, paramedics and hospital officials said. Residents said the car exploded on a narrow street in the crowded refugee camp. Witnesses said the people in the car jumped out before the explosion.

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