Friday, June 2, 2006

Hamas  fr  it

A Palestinian security officer has been killed and several other people wounded in clashes between rival Palestinian factions in the Gaza Strip. There was also a rare clash on the Israel-Egypt border. Gunmen from the ruling Islamic militant group Hamas and security forces loyal to the rival Fatah faction exchanged fire in several parts of Gaza.

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