The Foreign Press Association (FPA) has expressed its concern after buildings housing news organisations in Gaza were hit during Israeli air strikes last night, injuring eight journalists.
The Israel Defence Force said the sites that were targeted overnight "were all positively identified by precise intelligence over the course of months”, but the FPA has dismissed these claims.
The FPA said, "One building [that was attacked] houses or has been used by the following FPA members: British news organisations Sky News, and Sky News Arabia, MBC TV, Al Arabiya, ORF and other European broadcasters".
The other building hit houses ARD TV, it added.
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