Katyushas fired at Israel at a glance

July 27, 2006 10:35


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Hezbollah has fired more than 1,400 rockets at Israel since fighting erupted on July 12. Wednesday's total marked the highest, with 151, since the start of the fighting. So far, at least 8 rockets have been fired on Thursday. Here is a daily list of rocket attacks provided by the IDF. July 13: 125 rockets. July 14: 103 rockets. July 15: 100 rockets. July 16: 47 rockets. July 17: 92 rockets. July 18: 136 rockets. July 19: 116 rockets. July 20: 34 rockets. July 21: 97 rockets. July 22: 129 rockets. July 23: 95 rockets. July 24: 83 rockets July 25: 101 rockets July 26: 151 rockets

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