Sirens sound in Tel Aviv, explosion heard
TEL AVIV Nov 16 (Reuters) - Air raid sirens sounded in Tel Aviv on Friday and an explosion was heard, a witness said.
Palestinian militants in Gaza fired two rockets toward the city, Israel's commercial capital, on Thursday. One fell in the sea, a security source said, and the other landed in a Tel Aviv suburb, causing no damage or casualties.
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