Two minute siren sounds across Israel for Remembrance Day

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May 5, 2014 11:02

 
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A two minute siren was heard throughout Israel on Monday at 11:00 to mark Remembrance Day for Israel's fallen soldiers and victims of terror.

Traffic came to a standstill and people stood at attention during the siren. An official state ceremony at Mount Herzl in Jerusalem will follow the the siren.

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