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Israel kills nine Gazans, say Palestinians, as Islamic Jihad launches rockets

Reuters Wednesday, 13 November 2019
Israeli air strikes killed nine Palestinians in Gaza on Wednesday, medical officials said, raising the Palestinian death toll to 19 over a two-day escalation in violence since Israel launched strikes to kill an Islamic Jihad commander.
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