Two found dead in bombed Gaza tunnel

GAZA CITY — Palestinians said on Thursday they had recovered the bodies of two people from a tunnel damaged by an Israeli air strike on Gaza, raising to 10 the death toll in the territory since Monday.

By (AFP)

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Published: Sat 23 Jun 2012, 11:18 PM

Last updated: Fri 3 Apr 2015, 2:42 PM

Thaer Mohammed Al Bik, 30, and Mohammed Zuhair Al Khaldi, 26, were killed by gas fumes as they carried out an inspection of the tunnel hit by Israeli fire on Tuesday, a Palestinian group said.

Rocket fire towards Israel continued on Thursday but the intensity was sharply down, as a truce declared by Ezzedine Al Qassam Brigades appeared to be taking hold.

By mid-afternoon, nine rockets had hit southern Israel, causing no casualties, a military spokeswoman said. Another was intercepted by Iron Dome anti-rocket defence system. — AFP

In the evening, three more rockets were fired into southern Israel, without causing any casualties, a military spokesman said.



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