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Gazans succumb to wounds sustained in Israeli offensive

Aug. 5, 2014 5:21 P.M. (Updated: Aug. 6, 2014 9:39 P.M.)
GAZA CITY (Ma'an) -- Three Palestinians have succumbed to wounds sustained in the Israeli offensive on Gaza since the start of a 72-hour ceasefire Tuesday, a health ministry spokesman said.

Fayiz Ismail Abu Hammad, 34, succumbed to wounds he sustained during an Israeli shelling on Khan Younis, Ashraf al-Qidra said.

He said Salah Ahmad al-Ghouti, 22, succumbed to wounds sustained during shelling on Rafah on Monday.

And 12-year-old Nidal Raed Eleiwa also succumbed to his wounds.

The latest deaths brought the death toll of the Israeli assault on Gaza to 1,875, al-Qidra said.

Some 9,567 Palestinians have been wounded throughout the offensive.
Ma'an News Agency
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