Beersheba mayor calls on residents to stay in safe areas

November 15, 2012 08:40


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Beersheba Mayor Rubik Danilovich on Thursday called on residents of the city to "look after themselves by staying in reinforced areas."

He also said that Beersheba was targeted overnight Wednesday by dense rocket fire.

Iron Dome succeeded in intercepting multiple rockets, although a great number of them fell in the city.

The "Code Red" early-warning rocket alert system was again sounded in Beersheba early Thursday morning, according to Israel Radio.

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