Gaza rights group urges Hamas to investigate rocket attacks

11:01, March 30, 2011      

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Hamas should investigate the rockets fired by Palestinian militants on a house and two factories in the Gaza Strip, a Palestinian rights group said Tuesday.

The deposed government of Hamas, which controls Gaza since 2007, "should take procedures that protect the lives and safety of people" after rockets landed on a house, a soft drink factory and a carpentry last week, said the Palestinian Center for Human Rights.

The rockets wounded six people and caused damage to the house and the factories, the group said.

The week-long violence between Israel and Gaza-based militant groups calmed down Saturday after Hamas met with the groups and convinced them to stick again to a shaky ceasefire that has been held for nearly two years.

Source: Xinhua
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