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Israeli reconnaissance aircraft bombs civilian vehicle in Gaza City

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Gaza's National Security and Ministry of Interior have said that in the incident which occurred before noon today (03.11.2010), a civilian car was bombed by Israeli reconnaissance planes flying over the Strip. The incident occurred on the western side of the passport security headquarters in Central Gaza.
 
In a statement issued on behalf of Gaza's medical services, Adham Abu Selmia said that "The explosion resulted in the death of one Palestinian man and the wounding of another." The deceased is currently thought to be Mohammad Jamal, 27, from the Shati refugee camp.


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