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PublishDate: Wednesday, November 14, 2018 01:43

Three more Palestinians killed as Zionist regime pounds Gaza Strip again

AVA- Ashraf al-Qidra, the spokesman for the Gaza Health Ministry, said 26-year-old Khaled Riyad Ahmed al-Sultan was killed and another civilian wounded when Zionist shells fell onto Salatin area west of the city of Beit Lahia, located about five kilometers north of Gaza City.
The statement added that Musab Hus, 20, also died and three others were wounded during an Zionist attack on an area east of the al-Zaytoun neighbourhood in Gaza City.
Khaled Akram Yousef Marouf, 29, was also killed in a Zionist strike that targeted a group of civilians in the northern sector of the besieged coastal sliver.
Later in the day, a Zionist unmanned aerial vehicle fired a missile at a residential building in the al-Shuja'iyya neighbourhood district of Gaza City. There were no immediate reports about possible casualties and the extent of damage caused.
Zionist military aircraft also struck civilian neighborhoods in al-Barkah area east of Beit Lahia, though no reports of casualties were quickly available.
The developments came less than a day after Zionist warplanes conducted a string of airstrikes throughout the Gaza Strip, killing three people.
The Zionist military announced in a statement that the aerial assaults were carried out shortly after the Palestinian Hamas resistance movement fired an intense barrage of rockets against settlements in the southern part of the occupied territories, triggering air sirens. 
Palestinian officials and witnesses said the Zionist military bombed the studios of the Arabic-language al-Aqsa satellite television network, which is affiliated to Hamas. There was no immediate word of any casualties in the airstrike.

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