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Man mourns wife, daughter after deadly airstrikes in Rafah

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Abed Alrahman Jumah tells NBC News how he found the bodies of his wife and daughter after they were killed in Israeli strikes that hit the southern Gaza city of Rafah. Rows of body bags are evidence of the recent devastation in the city as Israeli bombardment continues.