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Four children killed in rocket attack on a house in Egypt’s Sinai

Four children killed in rocket attack on a house in Egypt’s Sinai
Locals and family members gather outside a hospital in El-Arish.
This is the second attack in Egypt’s North Sinai that has recently killed civilians

At least four children were killed and six others were injured when a mortar shell hit a family’s house in Egypt’s North Sinai, reported state media.

The children were killed and their parents injured when militants fired a missile at the military during a security raid in North Sinai’s Al-Goura area.

Aswat Masriya reported that the missile struck a house, killing the four children. The youngest of the children killed is reported to be three-years-old

No further information is currently available.

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