A military spokesman said a march targeted “a building next to Egypt’s Taba Hospital” after witnesses said a “missile” struck a building attached to a hospital in the Egyptian city of Taba, overlooking the Red Sea and located on the eastern coast. side of Sinai, where there is a border crossing to Israel.
Six people were injured on Thursday evening as a result of an ‘unidentified march’ in the Egyptian city of Taba, which borders Israel, which has been waging war in the Gaza Strip since October 7, according to media and witnesses.
A military spokesman said the march fell on “a building next to Taba Hospital” in the city of the same name, located opposite the tourist resort of Eilat in Israel, which is waging war against the Gaza Strip.
Witnesses told Agence France-Presse that a “missile” hit a building attached to a hospital in this city overlooking the Red Sea, located on the eastern side of Sinai, where there is a border crossing into Israel.
Photos broadcast by local media and published on social networks show a damaged building and a number of destroyed vehicles at the scene.
Last Sunday, the Israeli army said its tank “accidentally” opened fire on an Egyptian position adjacent to the border. For his part, an Egyptian military spokesman indicated that “minor injuries” had been recorded among the Egyptian forces from Israeli tank fire.
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