Israeli airstrike flattens building housing Al Jazeera, AP offices in Gaza

Days of Palestine - Gaza

Today, Saturday, the Israeli occupation destroyed the Al-Jalaa tower in Gaza City, which housed the offices of many international and local media outlets.

The 11-story building completely collapsed as a result of bombing by the Israeli Air Force.

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The building contained a number of apartments and offices of various international and local media outlets, including the Al-Jazeera network and the Associated Press, in addition to the offices of lawyers.

On Wednesday, an Israeli airstrike destroyed the 14-story Al-Shorouk tower in Gaza City, which houses the offices of Al-Aqsa TV and Voice of Al-Aqsa, affiliated with the Hamas movement that controls the Gaza Strip.

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