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Gaza Flare-Up

Baha Abu al Ata was a man high on Israel’s wanted list. The Islamic Jihad commander was killed along with his wife by the Israeli military, his death set off another round of deadly fighting between Israel and the Palestinians. But the timing of the attack has been called in to question. Adam Pletts reports.

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