Israeli Air Strike Breaks Truce, Growing Casualties in Week of Violence
On Friday, after a week of violence, Israeli warplanes struck east of Al-Bureij in the central Gaza Strip, killing at least one Palestinian and wounding up to two others, medical officials said.
The strike comes after an Egyptian-brokered truce had temporarily stalled a week long surge in cross-border fire exchanges.
The latest air strike brings the Gaza death toll up to 10 over the last five days, including a 14-year-old boy. Israel launched the first strike on Gaza on Monday after an Egyptian Sinai killed an Israeli man in a cross-border clash.