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Israel strikes Gaza after rocket sirens force Netanyahu off stage

Reuters Wednesday, 11 September 2019 ()
Israeli aircraft struck in Gaza on Wednesday hours after rockets from the Palestinian enclave triggered sirens that forced Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu off the stage at an election rally in Israel.
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Bodyguards rushed Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu off stage after rockets fired from the Gaza strip triggered warning sirens in two cities. Israel retaliated with strikes of its own on Wednesday, and it comes as Netanyahu announced plans to annex part of the occupied West Bank is he wins next week's...

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