JERUSALEM: Israel’s military said it blew up a tunnel stretching from the Gaza Strip into its territory on Monday, a rare case of such an incident since the last Israeli-Gaza war in 2014.
The Israeli army “neutralized a terror tunnel leading into southern Israel from the vicinity of Khan Younis,” military spokesman Jonathan Conricus told journalists, referring to a city in the southern Gaza Strip.
“The tunnel was detonated from within Israel, close to the security fence. The (Israeli army) actions are in light of this grave and unacceptable violation of Israeli sovereignty.”
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