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We shouldn’t jump to conclusions on Gaza strike, says Shapps

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We shouldn’t jump to conclusions on Gaza strike, says Shapps

We shouldn’t jump to conclusions on Gaza strike, says Shapps

It’s important we don’t jump to conclusions and allow our intelligence agencies to gather the facts on the cause of the Gaza hospital strike, says defence secretary Grant Shapps.

Report by Ajagbef.

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