Gaza Strip: Palestinian boy killed, Rafah border crossing not opened
Israel's air force fired missiles into northern Gaza Strip on Tuesday, killing a 14-year-old boy and injuring four others, Palestinian officials said. The strike took place near the town of Beit Hanoun.
Meanwhile, Nazmi Muhanna, Director of Borders Directorate, said Tuesday that Rafah Crossing point would not be open Tuesday, asserting it would reopen tomorrow for two days. He told WAFA that the crossing will be open just few hours and only to allow humanitarian traffic from Gaza Strip to Egypt.
The Rafah border crossing has been closed for normal operations since June 25.