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Explosion Strikes Palestinian PM’s Convoy in Gaza
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An explosion has struck the convoy of the Palestinian prime minister during a rare visit to Gaza, sparking fears of an assassination attempt.

convoy in Gaza

Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah was unharmed Tuesday.

Three of the vehicles in his convoy were damaged, their windows blown out. One had signs of blood on the door.

Hamdallah, who operated in the occupied West Bank, arrived in Gaza to inaugurate a long-awaited sewage plant project.

The World Bank, European Union and other European governments have paid nearly $75 million in funding. Hamas' takeover of Gaza from the Palestinian Authority in 2007 and the ensuing "Israeli"-Egyptian blockade, power shortages and conflicts delayed the opening of the project for four years.

Source: News Agencies, Edited by website team

13-03-2018 | 12:13

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