Palestinians wheel on a stretcher the body of 32-year-old Islamic Jihad militant Mohammed Salama al-Ijla at a hospital in Gaza City January 8, 2014. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem
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An Islamic Jihad militant was killed near Gaza City on Wednesday in what medics and family said was an Israeli drone strike, although the army denied any involvement.The Israeli military denied carrying out any strike on Gaza and said its troops had not been involved in any other shooting incidents.A Palestinian youth shot by Israeli troops in the Gaza Strip died of his wounds last week, with Israel's army saying soldiers opened fire to break up a violent demonstration by Palestinians who were throwing rocks and burning tyres at the border fence.
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