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The home of Hamas’ senior political leader was destroyed in an airstrike Saturday, officials said.
The family residence of Ismail Haniyeh, located in the Shati refugee camp on the northern outskirts of Gaza City, was hit Saturday morning, according to the Hamas-run media outlet in Gaza.
There were no immediate details about possible casualties or the true extent of the damage.
Meanwhile, the IDF said it would allow Palestinians to travel on a main Gaza Strip highway for three hours on Saturday to allow civilians to evacuate southward.
“If you care about yourself and your loved ones, heed our instruction to head south,” the military said in a social media posted in Arabic.
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