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Cuba demands an end to Israeli attacks on Palestinian people

Cuba demands an end to Israeli attacks on Palestinian people

Havana, May 14 (Prensa Latina) Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez demanded today an 'end to the Israeli massacre against the Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip.'
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Through his Twitter account, the headline also wrote that ‘the UN Security Council should act to prevent it.’

The Israeli army today continued air and naval bombardments against civilian targets in the Gaza Strip, but limited the participation of the infantry, a possible indication of the resistance faced by those forces.

In its most recent information, Palestinian health media reported more than 120 dead, including 31 minors, including a woman and her three children during the hellish night this Thursday, in addition to 830 injured.

The Israeli media identify the victims as members of the Hamas movement, in control of the strip, and other groups opposed to the military occupation of Tel Aviv.

During the night of this Thursday and early morning of today, Israel launched up to fifty bombardments with reactive and field artillery in about 40 minutes.

For their part, the Palestinian resistance entities fired more than 200 missiles during the night from mobile ramps which left their locations to avoid detection by electronic means of the enemy army. The UN Security Council still does not express a position on the escalation of the conflict, while many nations in that area condemn the increase in violence.

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