Two drones cross Israeli border, return to Gaza

The Israeli occupation army on Tuesday claimed that two drones or small unmanned aircraft crossed the border in the south of the Gaza Strip.

According to Yedioth Ahronoth website, Israeli forces observed the drones crossing the border for a short while and then returning to Gaza.

Meanwhile, other Hebrew websites said that Palestinian young men hurled stones at Israeli soldiers behind the security fence in northern Gaza and fled the area.

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Last July, the Israeli army shot down a drone overflying the Israeli side of the border, claiming that it came from Gaza.

Similar incident happened last January, when Hebrew newspapers reported that unknown drones, which breached Israel’s airspace, were believed to have managed to photograph important sites belonging to the air forces and fly back to their station.

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