Hamas fires at UNICEF aid convoy in Gaza, Israeli military says

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Israel’s military said on Tuesday that Hamas militants fired a projectile at a UNICEF humanitarian aid convoy.

The aid convoy, the IDF said, was coordinated with UNICEF to reunite children from northern Gaza with their families in the south.

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“During the coordinated activity, the Hamas terrorist organization fired a projectile at the humanitarian route near the UNICEF aid convoy and IDF soldiers securing the area,” it said in a statement that was accompanied by a video of the strike.

“There were no injuries to international aid workers or IDF soldiers in the attack.”

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