GAZA, Nov 15 (KUNA) -- The Israeli occupation army breached the recently reached truce deal and launched new airstrikes on the sites of the Islamic Jihad movement in Gaza Strip on Thursday night.
The airstrikes targeted the cities of Khan Yunis and Rafah in the southern part of the Strip, the Palestinian Al-Aqsa Radio reported tonight.
The Israeli occupation army claimed, in a press release, that its air attacks came in response to missile attacks from the Strip into southern Israeli towns.
The truce deal took force as of the early morning of Thursday after two days of exchanged attacks that claimed the lives of 34 Palestinian civilians and inflicted extensive destruction in Gaza Strip. (end)