Turkey Deputy PM sees full normalization with Israel

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April 17, 2013 13:35

 
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At least two Grad rockets fired from the Sinai area hit Israel's southernmost city of Eilat on Wednesday morning, causing no injuries but some damage. One of the rockets fell in an open area and one landed in a construction site. Israeli media also reported a possible third missile landing on the outskirts of the city. A number of local residents were reportedly being treated for shock.

An Eilat police spokesman told the Israeli media that sirens were heard in the city at around 9 am, followed by several explosions.

Two rockets also landed in the neighboring Jordanian resort city of Aqaba, Israel Radio reported, although later quoted Jordanian authorities as saying that no rockets had fallen in the city.

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