Rocket fired from Gaza hits Beersheba school; damage caused

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March 11, 2012 16:11

 
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A Palestinian rocket launched from Gaza hit a school in Beersheba on Sunday, exploding in its courtyard and damaging its outer walls. A second rocket slammed into the middle of a residential neighborhood in the city, damaging 15 homes and causing residents to suffer shock.

"This is the first strike inside a city since the beginning of the current escalation," police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said.

Police said that 29 rockets have been fired into Israel on Sunday.

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