Airstrike on Rafah, Gaza, caught on camera by Sky News team

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A team from Britain’s Sky News was filming at a hospital in Rafah, close to Gaza’s border with Egypt, when an airstrike took place nearby. Sky News’ Alistair Bunkall reports on the human tragedy that followed.


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