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Hamas Vows Revenge After 7 Members Killed

by Wochit 0:36 mins

Hamas Vows Revenge After 7 Members Killed

by Wochit 0:36 mins

The Islamic militant group Hamas that rules Gaza vowed revenge on Israel for the death of seven of its members killed in an airstrike early Monday morning in the deadliest exchange of fire since the latest round of attacks began weeks ago. Hamas' said "the enemy will pay a tremendous price," referring to Israel. The group said its men were killed by an Israeli airstrike on a tunnel used by the militants. Two militants from a different group were also killed in a separate strike.

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