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article imageSix journalists injured after Israeli airstrike

By KJ Mullins     Nov 17, 2012 in World
Gaza - Six journalists, at least three who work for Al-Quds TV, have been injured after the al-Quds TV office was hit by Israeli warplanes this morning in Gaza.
It is not known if all of those injured are part of Al-Quds. The have been several foreign journalists staying at the Al-Showa building which was damaged during the airstrike. The Ma'an News Agency is also based in the media complex.
At least one missile hit the 11th floor where the journalists were located. The Al-Quds office is on the 11th floor.
The injuries have been confirmed by health ministry spokesman Ashraf al-Qudra. The victims suffered minor and moderate injuries at the Showa and Housari building in the Rimal neighbourbourhood of Gaza City reports AFP.
The attack appears to have targeted the 11th floor. Until 2011 the building housed the BBC Gaza office.
Cameraman Khader al-Zahhar had a leg amputated due to his injuries during the attack.
Also injured at Maán News were Darwish Bulbul, Ibrahim Labed, Muhammad al-Akhras and Hazem al-Daour. It is now confirmed that 5 of the 6 injured were part of al-Quds TV.
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