Rocket sirens sound in northern Golan Heights for second time in 30 minutes

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June 28, 2015 15:11

 
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Rocket sirens sounded for the second time in 30 minutes in the northern Golan Heights on Sunday afternoon.

The IDF said the sirens were triggered by internal Syrian battles between rebel groups and Assad government forces.

No projectile remnants have thus far been found on the Israeli side of the border.

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