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Israel Says Rockets Were Fired At Tel Aviv From Gaza

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Israel Says Rockets Were Fired At Tel Aviv From Gaza

Israel Says Rockets Were Fired At Tel Aviv From Gaza

​Israel’s Iron Dome missile-defense system detected incoming rockets Thursday, but it didn&apos;t shoot them down.

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