Report: Rocket fired at Israel from Gaza Friday evening despite cease-fire

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March 14, 2014 19:34

 
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Another rocket was fired at Israel from Gaza on Friday evening, according to a report by Israel Radio.

The rocket caused no damage and was the second rocket fired from Gaza on Friday after a shaky cease-fire was declared by Islamic Jihad and militant groups in the Gaza strip.
The relative quiet on Friday contrasted to the trading of blows between the Gazan militant groups and the IDF in previous days.



Late Thursday night, Israel Air Force aircraft struck three targets in the northern Gaza Strip and four other targets in the southern part of the coastal enclave.

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