200 rockets fired by Hamas from Gaza, 60 intercepted by Iron Dome

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
November 12, 2018 19:30
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Hamas fired over 200 rockets at Gaza border communities in southern Israel on Monday evening. Sixty rockets were intercepted by the Iron Dome, IDF Spokesperson reported.

Most rockets fell in open areas. Three rockets fell in buildings in the city of Netivot in south Israel, including in a public building. A bus was hit by a rocket burned in Sderot. Magen David Adom EMTs and paramedics treated 13 injured people, including a 19-year-old in critical condition. They were taken to Soroka Hospital in Beer Sheva and Barzilai Hospital in Ashkelon.

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