Gaza rockets hit home in Sderot, Iron Dome hits two

November 20, 2012 12:55


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A rocket fired by Palestinians in the Gaza Strip damaged a home in Sderot Tuesday. It caused no injuries.

Another rocket exploded in an open field in the Ashkelon Coast region. No injuries were reported in the attack.

In Kiryat Malachi, one rocket exploded in an open field, causing no damages or injuries. Iron Dome intercepted two other rockets over the city.

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