Middle East

    Calmest Year in Decade on Gaza-Israel Frontier Despite Continuing Tensionsi
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    November 12, 2013 11:10 AM
    It has been one year since Israel and Hamas militants in Gaza engaged in an eight-day exchange of bombings and rocket attacks in which about 180 people were killed and 1,000 wounded. Analysts say, since then, Gaza has been calmer than at any time in the past decade, although neither side has lowered its guard. VOA’s Scott Bobb has this report from Gaza City.

    Calmest Year in Decade on Gaza-Israel Frontier Despite Continuing Tensions

    Published November 12, 2013

    It has been one year since Israel and Hamas militants in Gaza engaged in an eight-day exchange of bombings and rocket attacks in which about 180 people were killed and 1,000 wounded. Analysts say, since then, Gaza has been calmer than at any time in the past decade, although neither side has lowered its guard. VOA’s Scott Bobb has this report from Gaza City.


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