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Gaza air strikes kill at least 4

June 7, 2018
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Israeli air strikes have killed four Palestinian militants in Gaza the Israeli military and witnesses say In separate air strikes on two vehicles Israeli aircraft killed four members of militant (ABC News — 6 September, 2006)
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At least one Palestinian militant has been killed and another wounded in an Israeli air strike in the Gaza Strip medics and the Israeli military say An Israeli military spokeswomans says the air (ABC News — 6 September, 2006)
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Three Gaza Palestinians were killed late Tuesday in car explosions, at least one of them the result of an Israeli airstrike, witnesses and the military said. (International Herald Tribune — 6 September, 2006)
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Five Hamas militants and a teenager are killed in a series of Israeli strikes in southern Gaza, Palestinian officials say. (BBC News — 21 hours ago)
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Israeli forces launch an air strike on the home of a Palestinianmilitant in the Gaza Strip. – (The Age — 4 September, 2006)
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Israel pounded the Gaza Strip on Wednesday, carrying out several air strikes and (Aljazeera — 9 minutes ago)
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Israeli troops reportedly detain the commander of the Palestinian presidential guard, Force 17. (BBC News — 6 September, 2006)
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Staff from the Palestinian prime minister’s office went on strike Wednesday, joining a widespread work stoppage by civil servants demanding overdue salaries from the Hamas-led government. (International Herald Tribune — 6 September, 2006)
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An armed man broke into the compound of the British Embassy in Tel Aviv on Thursday, Reuters news agency reported. (Aljazeera — 6 September, 2006)
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Israeli occupation forces arrested the top commander of Palestinian President (Aljazeera — 9 minutes ago)
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Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh declared on Friday that his embattled Hamas-led government had no intention of stepping down, despite a sweeping civil service strike and an economic crisis that a top U.N. official said has brought the Gaza Strip to a “point of near meltdown.” (International Herald Tribune — 3 hours ago)
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Israel’s PM wants to meet the Palestinian president as soon as possible after militants free a captured Israeli soldier. (BBC News — 5 September, 2006)
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