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Two, including 3-year-old girl, killed, 14 injured in Israeli airstrikes across Gaza
Two, including 3-year-old girl, killed, 14 injured in Israeli airstrikes across Gaza
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Gaza, ALRAY - Israeli occupation army launched on Tuesday afternoon air raids on different areas of the Gaza Strip.

ALRAY reporter said three-year-old girl, then identified as Hala Buhairi, was killed and her mother and borther injured in an Israeli bombing east of Maghazi in central Gaza Strip.

One Palestinian seriously wounded in an Israeli gunfire coming from the north of Beit Lahia town in northern Gaza Strip was then announced died in Kamal Odwan Hospital.

Israeli fighter jets raided on two training sites for Al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas, in southern Gaza Strip city of Khan Yunis and al-Bureij district in central Gaza Strip.

Israeli occupation artillery shelled on citizens' land in eastern Gaza City neighborhood of al-Shejaiyah, injuring three.

Spokesman of Health Ministry Ashraf al-Qidra said one child girl, 3, was killed and 14 others injured in the recent Israeli attacks.

"Five citizens and one civil defense worker sustained gas inhalation injury as a result of israeli missiles' explosion in Khan Younis city in southern Gaza Strip," he added.

The airstrikes come not long after an Israeli citizen was reported shot dead by a Palestinain sniper near the east border of Gaza city. 

An Israeli army spokeswoman said the man was killed while doing "maintenance" work on the border fence.
Israeli website Ynet reported that the Israeli man had been working on the border fence when he was shot, and was taken to Soroka University Medical Center in Beersheba.

Earlier on Friday, Palestinian citizen O'dah Hamad, 22, was killed in an Israeli firing near the Beir Hanon (Erez) crossing in northern Gaza Strip.

On the same day, Israeli forces stationed near the border fence east of Jabalia and Khan Younis fired  afternoon towards Palestinian youths, injuring three.