Blinken 'Unsure' If Israel Used U.S.-Made Bombs In Strike On Rafah Camp That Killed 45 Gazans | Hindustan Times
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Blinken 'Unsure' If Israel Used U.S.-Made Bombs In Strike On Rafah Camp That Killed 45 Gazans

Israel reportedly used U.S.-made and supplied GBU-39 bombs to strike Rafah's displacement camp on May 26, which ultimately led to a fire that killed over 40 people. The New York Times analysed the munitions debris at the strike site and spotted an unique identification number that the U.S. has assigned to an arms maker who produces such bombs. However when asked about the reports, the U.S. secretary of state appeared unsure if Israel used U.S. bombs or not in the attack. Watch for more details.

 
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