Nidal Al-Mughrabi

Reuters

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Nidal Mughrabi is a senior correspondent for Reuters in Gaza.

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Israel's three days of airstrikes on the Gaza Strip is its most
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Israel's three days of airstrikes on the Gaza Strip is its most ferocious attack on Palestinians in decades, leaving some three hundred dead and more than six hundred wounded.

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