Gaza police HQ demolished in rocket attacks

This is what is left of Gaza's police headquarters following ongoing rocket attacks by Israel.
This is what is left of Gaza's police headquarters following ongoing rocket attacks by Israel. Credit: APTN

Gaza's police headquarters have been completely demolished in the latest rocket attacks by Israel.

Police chief Tayseer Al-Batsh is said to be in a 'critical condition' and 18 members of his family are thought to have died in the blasts.

The police building was completely demolished in the attack by Israel's Defence Forces.
The police building was completely demolished in the attack by Israel's Defence Forces. Credit: APTN
Fire was still burning in the rubble of the building hours after the attack.
Fire was still burning in the rubble of the building hours after the attack. Credit: APTN

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