Israeli soldiers carry wounded soldier to a helicopter near the Israel and Gaza border Thursday, July 24, 2014. (AP/Dusan Vranic)
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US Airways said it would resume flights to Israel later Thursday after the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration lifted a ban imposed two days ago when a rocket fired from the Gaza Strip landed near Tel Aviv airport.Other major airlines have yet to announce a resumption of flights.Israel had criticized the FAA decision, saying the airport, was safe. Israel did, however, offer to expand operations at a smaller airstrip deep in its southern desert as an alternative for foreign airlines.
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