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The BBC's Roger Hearing
"At least two people are dead"
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Israeli government spokesman, Nachman Shai
"Arafat, directly or indirectly, is involved in that attack"
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Nabil Abu Rdaineh, spokesman for Yasser Arafat
"The incident took place in a security zone of the Israeli army"
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Monday, 20 November, 2000, 13:06 GMT
In pictures: Israeli bus bombing
A journey to school turned to terror as a roadside bomb exploded in the Gaza Strip, killing two and leaving around 10 injured.

School bus
The bus had been taking children and teachers to school

Injured person
Badly injured victims were rushed to hospital in Beersheba

Injured child
Children were among the casualties

Man crying at hospital
One man wept after escorting victims to hospital

Settlers cry
Other settlers showed their grief at the scene

Damaged bus
The bus was left pockmarked with holes

Settler on roadside  near Jewish settlement
One settler showed his defiance after the blast

Funeral of 14-year-old Abdel Rahman al-Dahshan, killed on Sunday at Karni Crossing
The attack came shortly before the funeral of a young Palestinian, shot dead during clashes at Karni crossing



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