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Sunday, 10 March, 2002, 14:44 GMT
In pictures: Arafat HQ destroyed
Israeli missiles have destroyed Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat's Gaza headquarters. The attack came after a suicide bomber killed 11 people at a cafe in Jerusalem on Saturday.

Yasser Arafat's offices in Gaza City
Israeli helicopters and naval gunboats fired at least 30 missiles into the compound early on Sunday

Yasser Arafat's offices in Gaza City
The compound has come under heavy bombardment before, but this was unprecedented

Yasser Arafat's offices in Gaza City
The building was the main symbol of what was meant to be the embryonic Palestinian state

Israelis outside the Moment Cafe in Jerusalem
Israel said the raid was in retaliation for a suicide attack in Jerusalem the night before

Moment Cafe post-blast scene
A Palestinian man blew himself up in the Moment Cafe, killing 11 people

A bloodied woman rushes with another wounded woman who is being evacuated
The cafe stood just a few hundred metres from Ariel Sharon's official residence

Israeli woman reads from her prayer book outside the Jerusalem cafe
Both sides hope the imminent arrival of US Middle East envoy Anthony Zinni will lead to progress

See also:

10 Mar 02 | Middle East
Israel destroys Arafat's Gaza HQ
08 Mar 02 | Middle East
Analysis: Scant hope for US diplomacy
07 Mar 02 | Middle East
Sharon's coalition under strain
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