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Subject Rocket fired to Jeruaslem minutes after Ban-Ki Moon arrives in the city
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Original Message sirens in Jerusalem

Reported on Channel 10

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scene of the western wall in the old city of Jerusalem when sirens went off earlier today

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Air raid siren sounds in Jerusalem

For the second time since the beginning of Operation Pillar of Defense, an air raid siren sounded in Jerusalem at around 2:15 pm, shortly after the arrival of UN chief Ban Ki-moon to the city.

The rocket likely landed in Gush Etzion. Hamas claimed responsibility for the firing. No injuries or damage were reported.

Israeli and Palestinian residents told Ynet that the rocket landed in an open area between two Palestinian village.

[link to www.ynetnews.com]

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Palestinian rocket targets Jerusalem for 2nd time

A Palestinian rocket struck the outskirts of Jerusalem on Tuesday, landing harmlessly in an open area in one of the longest rocket strikes fired from the Gaza Strip in nearly a week of fighting.

The rocket attack, the second aimed at the holy city since an Israeli offensive began a week ago, set off air raid sirens throughout the metropolis. A distant explosion could be heard in the city's downtown. Jerusalem residents ran for cover as buses and trains stopped to let passengers off.

Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said the rocket landed in Gush Etzion, a collection of Jewish West Bank settlements southeast of the city. Last Friday's attempt to hit Jerusalem landed in the same area. No one was wounded in either attack.

Jerusalem, nearly 80 kilometers (50 miles) from Gaza, is the most distant city the militants have targeted, signaling an increasing sophistication in their arsenal.

[link to bigstory.ap.org]

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map of Gaza rocket fire range
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