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Hamas says Israeli troops kill fighter on Gaza border

Reuters Thursday, 11 July 2019
Israel's military said soldiers opened fire on Thursday after spotting two Palestinian gunmen near the Gaza border fence, and the Hamas militant group said one of its fighters was killed.
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News video: Funeral takes place of Palestinian militant killed 'by mistake' by Israeli fire in northern Gaza Strip

Funeral takes place of Palestinian militant killed 'by mistake' by Israeli fire in northern Gaza Strip 04:14

The funeral of Hamas security forces member Mahmoud al-Adham has taken place in the town of Jabaliya in the northern Gaza Strip. Israeli troops shot and killed the Palestinian militant in Beit Hanoun on Thursday (July 11). Israeli military later described the shooting as a mistake, reports...

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