Israeli warplanes bombed the besieged-Gaza Strip on Saturday, wounding a seven-month-old girl and a Palestinian man, medics in the coastal territory said.
An Israeli military spokeswoman confirmed air strikes.
Medics said one strike was launched on a military post of the enclave in Rafah, on Gaza's border with Egypt. In a home nearby, a baby was hit in the head by fragments, though medics said the injury was light.
The wounded man, described by medics as a civilian, was injured in an earlier strike on a training camp for fighters in Gaza. The described his condition as moderate.
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