Gaza: Two Wounded in Israeli Airstrikes

Israeli warplanes have conducted more airstrikes against several areas in the besieged Gaza Strip, wounding at least two Palestinians, including a child.

The airstrikes seriously injured a three-and-a-half-year-old girl at a home and wounded another man in the northern Gaza town of Beit Lahiya in early Friday morning, said a spokesman for Gaza emergency services.
Israeli jets also attacked five other targets in central and southern Gaza Strip as well as a house in the north of the enclave.
The Israeli military has confirmed the attacks.

The latest attacks came only hours after a visit by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to the coastal enclave.
The UN chief is on a trip to Israel and the Palestinian territories apparently to push for the resumption of Palestinian-Israeli talks that stalled in September 2010 after Israel declined to renew a 10-month-long freeze on its illegal settlement activities in the Tel Aviv-occupied West Bank.
(Press TV)

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