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Remains of rocket fired from Gaza found in Tel Aviv suburb
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Mar 15, 2019 12:06 PM 1+ week ago

The remains of a rocket fired from the Gaza Strip toward central Israel were found Friday in the Tel Aviv suburb of Holon.

Police said the rocket was found in an open area in the densely populated metropolitan area and that police sappers were on the scene.

The rocket was one of two projectiles fired from Gaza Thursday evening, setting off sirens in the Gush Dan area and leading Israel to strike over 100 targets in the Palestinian territory in response. Nine rockets were then fired from Gaza at border communities in Israel, six of which were intercepted.

Palestinian media and the Kan public broadcaster later reported that Israel and the Gaza-ruling Hamas terror group had reached a ceasefire. There was no confirmation from Israel.

Despite the reported ceasefire, additional Iron Dome missile defense batteries were deployed Friday throughout Israel, according to Channel 13 news. The army declined to comment on the report.

There was has been no claim of responsibility for ...

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