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Israeli air strikes kill nine members of Gazan family

Last Thursday, Israeli air strikes killed eight members of a Gazan family. Among them was a three-month-old baby. A ninth family member died later in hospital. Recent Israeli strikes, in retaliation for rocket attacks by the Palestinian militant group Islamic Jihad, have killed a total of 35 people. It all began after a top Islamic Jihad commander was killed by Israel on November 12th. Shoaib Hasan reports. #GazaAirStrike #IsraelGazaAttack #Palestine

Gaza residents live in the shadow of fear and uncertainty

Gaza residents live in the shadow of fear and uncertainty

Israel kills eight people from one family in Gaza

Israel kills eight people from one family in Gaza

Israeli air strikes kill at least nine people in Gaza

Israeli air strikes kill at least nine people in Gaza

Palestinian family survives two Israeli air strikes

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