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Gaza, rocket firing continues


The launch of rockets from Gaza continues. According to reports from the Israeli Defense Forces, from 7 pm local time yesterday to 7 am this morning 90 rockets went off from the Strip, about twenty of which ended up in Gaza. The Iron Dome anti-missile defense system has intercepted “dozens”, military sources said without specifying how many. Read also The number of Palestinian victims in Israeli raids in Gaza has risen to 212, according to reports from the Ministry of Health of the Strip, according to which 61 children and 36 women are among the dead.
Over 150 “terrorists” have been killed so far in Israeli raids on the Gaza Strip, Israeli Defense Forces spokesman Hidai Ziberman said, according to whom over 120 of the militants killed belonged to Hamas, while another 25 to Islamic Jihad. and Hamas would be “close” to an agreement for a ceasefire, a diplomatic source aware of the steps to agree a truce told the Times of Israel yesterday. According to the source, the agreement should be reached “within two days at the latest”. 6 rockets against northern Israel from Lebanon Six rockets were fired overnight from Lebanon against northern Israel. This was announced by the Jewish State Army in a statement, according to which the defense forces responded to the attack with artillery shots.



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