Gaza rocket misses Tel Aviv, falls in sea

2012-11-15 19:30
(Dan Balilty, AP)

(Dan Balilty, AP)

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Jerusalem - A rocket fired at Tel Aviv from the Gaza Strip on Thursday landed in the sea, an Israeli security source said.

Air raid sirens sounded in Israel's commercial centre during the evening rush hour, sending commuters scurrying from buses to seek shelter, and an explosion was heard.

Israel's chief military spokesperson said no rocket had struck the city.

A security source said it fell into the Mediterranean.

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