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U.S. Munitions Used in Deadly Strike on Rafah Tent Camp, CNN Analysis Reveals

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The strike led to a massive fire, devastating parts of the camp and prompting scenes of chaos as survivors sought cover. Footage obtained by CNN shows the camp engulfed in flames, with rescuers pulling burned bodies from the wreckage, including those of children.

Rafah, Gaza Strip. A deadly Israeli strike on a displacement camp in Rafah used munitions made in the United States, according to a CNN analysis supported by explosive weapons experts. The attack, which occurred on Sunday, resulted in the deaths of at least 45 people and injuries to over 200 others, most of whom were women and children, according to the Gaza Health Ministry and Palestinian medics.

The escalation in Rafah, home to approximately 1.3 million Palestinians seeking refuge, has sparked swift international condemnation. United Nations agencies, humanitarian organizations, and multiple governments have called for an immediate halt to the offensive.

On Tuesday, Israeli tanks were observed advancing further into Rafah, marking a significant development in the seven-month conflict with Hamas. This move signals a new phase in Israel’s controversial and destructive military campaign.

CNN’s investigation included geolocated videos showing the aftermath of the strike at the “Kuwait Peace Camp 1” for internally displaced people. In these videos, the tail of a U.S.-made GBU-39 small diameter bomb (SDB) is visible, as confirmed by four explosive weapons experts who reviewed the footage.

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