A Palestinian inspects a crater which police said was caused by an Israeli air strike in Gaza City July 3, 2014. (REUTERS/Mohammad Salem)
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Eleven Palestinians were wounded Thursday when Israel pounded 15 targets in Gaza as militants kept up a volley of cross-border fire, with rockets hitting two houses in the Israeli south.But there was no immediate sign of a return to the violent clashes which had engulfed occupied east Jerusalem Wednesday, following the kidnap and murder of a Palestinian teenager in a suspected revenge attack after three Israeli teens were abducted and killed earlier this month. Since midnight, 15 rockets have slammed into southern Israel, army figures show.In east Jerusalem, violent clashes which broke out early Wednesday in Shuafat following the kidnap and murder of a 16-year-old Palestinian in a suspect revenge attack, ended in the early hours of Thursday.
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