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Israel: A journalist interrupts its broadcast in the Gaza Strip as an Israel bomb falls a few meters away

In the video that accompanies this news you can see the exact moment in which an Israeli bomb falls in the Gaza Strip in full live broadcast of Al Jazeera. The journalist Youmna Al Sayed is in full broadcast on the conflict between Palestine and Israel, which in recent days has worsened with continuous bursts of bombardment between both sides, when a missile falls and detonates a few meters away. The journalist's face is a poem as she says: "I'm sorry, now I have to drop to the ground," and minutes later get up and observe in disbelief how close the huge column of smoke is in front of her.

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