Gaza death toll climbs to 333 in the day 12 of Israel's Operation Protective Edge
A Palestinian looks at the body of a boy killed in an Israeli air strike at a morgue in the al-Shifa hospital in Gaza City, on July 9, 2014. (MAHMUD HAMS/AFP)
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The latest deaths included five members of the Zuweidi family, including two girls aged two and six, in northern Gaza's Beit Hanoun, emergency services spokesman Ashraf al-Qudra said.
Four men were also killed in two separate air strikes in Beit Lahiya in the north, he added, along with one person killed in the Qarara district of southern Khan Younis.
Another three men were killed in an air strike in central Gaza, he added.
Another man from the Jabalia area died of his wounds on Saturday, Qudra added.
Their deaths were reported after five bodies were pulled from a home hit by an Israeli air strike in southern Gaza's Khan Younis.
Also in Khan Younis, the body of another man was retrieved from the rubble of a building, and a man died of wounds sustained on Friday, Qudra said.
The discoveries came after the deaths of seven people outside a mosque in Khan Younis, three of them from the same family.
Three more people were killed in three separate strikes in Beit Hanoun in the north, Deir al-Balah in central Gaza, and another in Khan Younis.
In Khan Younis, a later strike on a home killed Raed al-Laqan, 28.
Two Israeli civilians and one Israeli soldier have been killed since the assault started on July 8.
The soldier was killed by friendly fire inside Gaza on Friday, the army told Israeli media.
Some 2,385 Palestinians have been wounded, Qudra said.
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