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Rocket fired from Gaza on Israel’s Rehovot near Tel Aviv kills one, wounds four

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A rocket fired from the Gaza Strip killed one person and injured at least two others in the city of Rehovot in central Israel on Thursday, Israeli police said.

“One person has been pronounced dead” after a rocket hit a building, the police said in a statement, adding two other people suffered moderate injuries and that emergency personnel were conducting a search of the damaged structure.

At least 28 Gazans have been killed as Israel and Palestinian militant groups have traded fire over the past three days.

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