Israel Strikes Gaza Again After Militants Set Fires in Israel


Balloons fired by Hamas militants. NPR's Deborah Amos reports from Jerusalem another night of strikes in the Gaza Strip more intensive than the previous night, according to an Israeli military spokesman. The strikes are in response to the launch of balloons ladened with explosives from the Hamas controlled enclave. Throughout the day. The balloons ignited fires along Israel's southern border. There were no reported casualties. These two days of rising tension threatened to unravel a ceasefire that came in May after a Seven days of rocket strikes in Israel and airstrikes in Gaza. Deborah Amos NPR NEWS Jerusalem Zambia's founding president and a champion of African nationalism, has died at the age

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