Rockets fired from Gaza at Tel Aviv, no casualties - Israeli military
Thursday, 14 March 2019 () By Rami Amichay TEL AVIV (Reuters) - Two rockets were launched from the Gaza Strip at the Tel Aviv area on Thursday, the Israeli military said, in the first such attack there since the 2014 war in the Palestinian enclave. TV footage showed what looked like Israeli interceptor missiles streaking into the sky above Tel Aviv, Israel's commercial capital, and detonating
Israeli military aircraft bombed Hamas targets in Gaza early on Friday, hours after two rockets were launched toward the city of Tel Aviv. Hamas denies it was involved in the opening salvo. Saskia O'Donoghue reports.
According to Reuters, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Monday he will cut short his trip to the United States after a rocket attack near Tel Aviv wounded seven people. Netanyahu, who..
REuters reports Israel’s military accused Hamas of carrying out a rocket strike from the Gaza Strip on Monday. Israeli media said troop reinforcements were being sent to the border of the Palestinian..
Benjamin Netanyahu has cut short his US trip and the Israeli military is moving up reinforcements after a rocket attack from Gaza hit Tel Aviv, wounding seven. SBS Also reported by •New Zealand Herald •RTE.ie •Reuters •IndiaTimes
By Tova Cohen MISHMERET, Israel March 25 (Reuters) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Monday he will cut short his trip to the United States... WorldNews Also reported by •IndiaTimes •SBS •Reuters