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Two Palestinians wounded in IOF artillery shelling
Two Palestinians wounded in IOF artillery shelling
Two Palestinian citizens were wounded west of Beit Lahia, in northern Gaza Strip, on Monday afternoon after Israeli occupation forces (IOF) fired tank shells at the area, medical sources said.
Tuesday, December 14,2010 12:51
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GAZA,Two Palestinian citizens were wounded west of Beit Lahia, in northern Gaza Strip, on Monday afternoon after Israeli occupation forces (IOF) fired tank shells at the area, medical sources said.

Adham Abu Salmiya, the media coordinator of the medical services in the Strip, said that the two citizens were hit with shrapnel of those shells, describing their condition as "moderate".

He said in another statement that the bodies of two Palestinians, who were killed in a clash with the IOF troops on Saturday, were finally recovered from central Gaza Strip on Monday.

Abu Salmiya noted that the IOF refused to allow medical crews to evacuate the bodies since Saturday night.

tags: Gaza / Gaza Siege / Blockade / Anti-Siege / Gaza People / Palestinian Citizens / IOA / IOF / / Beit Lahia
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