Fatal blast hits Gaza City cafe

Security officials say it is not clear who was behind the attack.

    The cafe has been hit twice in the past year by similar attacks [AFP]

    Islam Shahwan, a police spokesman, said the second bomb exploded near the home of Marwan Abu Ras, the Hamas official responsible for publishing religious edicts, in Gaza.

    No one was reportedly hurt.

    Shahwan said two members of the Fatah movement of Mahmud Abbas, the Palestinian  president, had been arrested in connection with the second blast, and that one of them had placed the bomb.

    SOURCE: Agencies


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