Egypt’s armed forces destroyed five tunnels and apprehended five Palestinian nationals attempting to cross into North Sinai at Rafah during operations taking place between 7 and 10 August, according to the military spokesman’s official page. This brings the total count of destroyed tunnels to 1664. During the operations, the Second Field Army also seized 5,400 …
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