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Air Strikes And Rockets Erupting Over Gaza

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The violence between Israelis and Palestinians is heading into its third day. So far, 18 Palestinians, including two civilians, have been killed by Israeli air strikes. Militants in Gaza have fired rockets into southern Israel, also causing injuries. Guest host Linda Wertheimer talks to NPR's Lourdes Garcia-Navarro in Jerusalem.
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