Gaza suffers deadliest airstrikes yet as Israel targets Hamas leader

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  • Guardian News published this video item, entitled “Gaza suffers deadliest airstrikes yet as Israel targets Hamas leader” – below is their description.

    At least 33 Palestinians have been killed and 50 injured in the deadliest airstrikes since the start of fighting between Israel and Hamas six days ago. Israel targeted the home of the Hamas leader Yehya al-Sinwar over the weekend and destroyed the building that housed the offices of Al-Jazeera and the Associated Press. At least 181 people in Gaza and 10 in Israel have been killed so far. 

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