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Israel says it is probing 'harm to civilians' from deadly Gaza air strike

Reuters Friday, 15 November 2019 ()
Israel's military said on Friday it was investigating "harm caused to civilians" from an air strike it carried out in Gaza that Palestinian medics said killed eight members of one family including five children.
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