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Israel strikes back after 2 rockets from Syria hit Golan Heights
Israel strikes back after 2 rockets from Syria hit Golan Heights

At least two rockets fired from Syria landed in Israeli territory Tuesday, drawing retaliatory fire into Syria, Israel’s military said. The rockets landed on the Israeli-controlled side of the Golan Heights, a strategic plateau Israel seized from Syria in the 1967 Middle East War. The rockets caused no injuries but prompted the evacuation of 1,000 visitors from Mt. Hermon, Israel’s only ski site. The Israeli army responded with artillery, firing about 20 shells at what it said was the source of fire in Syria. According to initial reports from Syria, two people were killed. It was not immediately clear who fired the rockets, but Israel’s security forces have been on...

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