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Israel says six wounded near Tel Aviv in long-range Gaza rocket attack

SBS Monday, 25 March 2019
The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he is cutting short a trip to the United States in light of the rocket attack near Tel Aviv.
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Reuters reports Israel launched air strikes in the Gaza Strip on Monday and sent extra troops to the border in response to a Palestinian rocket attack in which seven Israelis were wounded near Tel Aviv. The Gaza health ministry said five Palestinians were wounded by the first group of retaliatory...

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