Israeli army announces launch of two rockets from Gaza

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — The Israeli army said it recorded the launch of two missiles from the Gaza Strip, they did not reach Israeli territory.

“Two missiles were launched from Gaza toward Israel that did not cross the border with Israel,” the army said.

The situation on the border with the Gaza Strip worsened on Friday evening.

According to RIA, a spokesman for the Ministry of Health, the enclave Ashraf al-Kidra, 54 Palestinians were injured as a result of clashes between the Israeli military and demonstrators of the “March of Return” at the border, 22 of them were gunshot wounds. Died 28-year-old Palestinian.


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