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A massive blast has ripped through a refugee camp in southern Gaza, injuring at least 32 people and destroying the house of a Hamas commander. Twelve nearby houses in the refugee camp were also damaged in the explosion.
Palestinian security officials said the blast was caused by an Israeli airstrike. But Israel's military denied the allegation, saying none of its forces were in the area. Rescue workers were digging through the rubble to find regional Hamas commander, Ala Adnaf, and another missing person.
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