Hamas denounces ‘cowardly’ attack in which one of its commanders died as Netanyahu cuts short Paris trip
A local Hamas commander was among six Palestinians reportedly killed during an Israeli military operation in the Gaza Strip on Sunday, potentially dashing hopes that a recent agreement would restore calm.
Six Palestinians killed, including Hamas military commander, in Israeli raid in southern Gaza ■ Wave of rocket alarm sirens sound, Iron Dome intercepts two projectiles
Two Hamas commanders were among six Palestinians killed by Israeli forces during a raid in southern Gaza, sparking a dramatic uptick in violence that many fear could push the two sides to the brink of another war.
The Palestinian Health Ministry said six people, including at least five militants, were killed and seven others wounded.
At least five Palestinians, including a Hamas commander, died during an exchange of gunfire with the Israeli military and airstrikes in Gaza city.
An exchange of fire erupted during an Israeli military operation in the Gaza Strip on Sunday, leaving six Palestinians dead, officials said, while potentially dashing hopes that a recent agreement would restore calm. As tensions rose following the clash, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu'
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) — The latest on a fresh wave of fighting between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip (all times local):
Palestinian health officials in the Gaza Strip say six militants have been killed and six have been wounded by Israeli fire in a sudden, late-night burst of fighting.
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The plan is based around a simple idea: Establish an Israeli desalination plant, built on Israeli land, funded by Saudi Arabia, the Europeans and others, that provides clean water to Gaza.