Report: Five Hizbullah rockets land in West Bank

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
August 9, 2006 11:40

 
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Five Hizbullah rockets landed near a Palestinian town in the West Bank on Wednesday, but caused no casualties, Palestinian security officials said. The rockets landed along the green line, the officials said. Clouds of smoke from the rockets could be seen 20 kilometers (12 miles) away in the town of Jenin, witnesses said. The highly inaccurate Hizbullah rockets have landed in the West Bank before, but have caused no casualties.

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