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Two UN employees were injured on the Palestinian side of the Rafah crossing


Israeli media recently revealed that two United Nations employees were injured on the Palestinian

Mon 13 May 2024 | 04:04 PM
Two UN employees were injured on the Palestinian side of the Rafah crossing
Two UN employees were injured on the Palestinian side of the Rafah crossing
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Israeli media recently revealed that two United Nations employees were injured on the Palestinian side of the Rafah crossing, where the occupation forces are carrying out their military operations.

The Israeli media did not reveal further details, only indicating that the incident may have occurred by fire from the occupation army or Hamas, indicating that one of the injured was in serious condition.

The south, east and center of Rafah, in the Brazil and Al Salam neighborhoods, Saddam Street, George Street, Al Tanour, and east of the Passports Junction, have witnessed artillery shelling during the past hours.