Rockets fired from Gaza cause damage in Tel Aviv

See the videos and photos: Just two days after restrictions lifted on central Israel, a barrage of 15 rockets was launched from Gaza and caused damage; Shrapnel hit several places in Tel Aviv, including a school, a main street and the beach

Adam Kutub , Yael Ciechanover|

Rocket shrapnel falls on Tel Aviv
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There were 15 rockets, a slightly injured person and a lot of shrapnel.
A barrage of rockets launched on Tuesday from the Gaza Strip toward central Israeli cities caused damage from shrapnel that hit several areas of Tel Aviv.
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The attack comes two days after the Home Front Command announced the lifting of all restrictions on the Gush Dan area and a return to normalcy, including in educational settings.
See rocket shrapnel fall on Tel Aviv
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At exactly 3:20 p.m., the rocket alert sirens were activated throughout central Israel, from Rishon Lezion to Petah Tikva. In Tel Aviv, a 40-year-old man was slightly injured, and shrapnel caused damage to a city school classroom, a main street in the city, and also in the Tel Baruch beach area.
See the rocket damage:
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נפילת רקטה בכיתה בתל אביב
נפילת רקטה בכיתה בתל אביב
Large piece of rocket fired from Gaza lands on Tel Aviv school classroom

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נפילת רקטה בכיתה בתל אביב
נפילת רקטה בכיתה בתל אביב
Rocket shrapnel damages city school classroom in Tel Aviv

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תל אביב: נפילת רסיס רקטה ששוגרה מרצועת עזה
תל אביב: נפילת רסיס רקטה ששוגרה מרצועת עזה
Rocket pieces fall on Tel Aviv
Earlier Tuesday, a barrage of rockets was also launched toward the southern city of Ashkelon, scoring a direct hit on a building. Two women in their 60s were slightly injured by shrapnel.
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רקטה בפגיעה ישירה בבניין מגורים באשקלון
רקטה בפגיעה ישירה בבניין מגורים באשקלון
Rocket fired from Gaza hits building in Ashkelon
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