U.N. Commission Condemns Egypt and Israel for Border Incidents
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U.N. Commission Condemns Egypt and Israel for Border Incidents

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Both Egypt and Israel were condemned last night by the Israel-Egyptian Mixed Armistice Commission for an exchange of fire which took place on the Gaza frontier May 21, United Nations truce headquarters here announced today. The incident occurred at Deir el Bala.

An Israel military spokesman in Tel Aviv announced that an Israel patrol intercepted a gang of armed Jordanians today in the vicinity of Taibeh village, near the Jordan-held “triangle,” in central Palestine. One Israeli was severely wounded in the exchange of fire.

Jordanian positions near Kalkilya, in Central Palestine, opened up with heavy fire against the Israel settlement of Nir Eliyahu this morning, it was announced yesterday. There were no Israel casualties reported.

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