Israel Aims For 550 Targets

Investor's Business Daily
July 2014
Investors Business Daily;7/10/2014, pA01
2 Israeli airstrikes on Gaza are targeting 550 Hamas sites, including 60 rocket-launch locations and 11 command centers, officials said. In 2 days, Gaza sources said at least 44 Palestinians were killed, including 38 civilians. No Israeli injuries were reported, although 48 rockets struck in and near Tel Aviv.


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