Strike from Gaza kills two as Israel topples six-storey building | 9 News Australia

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A strike launched from Gaza killed two Thai workers inside a packaging plant in southern Israel on Tuesday, police said, hours after Israeli airstrikes toppled a six-storey building in the Palestinian territory that housed bookstores and educational centres.

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