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Sirens sound in central Israel, warning of rockets from Gaza

Reuters Tuesday, 12 November 2019
Sirens sounded in central Israeli towns on Tuesday, the military said, warning of possible rocket launches from the Gaza Strip after Israel killed a top Palestinian militant there.
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