IDF says airstrike in Jenin targeted gunmen who shot at troops

The Israel Defense Forces says Palestinian gunmen opened fire on troops who arrested a pair of terror suspects in the northern West Bank.

According to a military statement, the soldiers “identified hits” among the gunmen.

In a separate incident in the Jenin refugee camp, the IDF said gunmen hurled explosives and shot at troops before a military aircraft carried out a strike “to remove the danger.”

“Hits were identified,” the statement says, adding no soldiers were injured.

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