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JERUSALEM, Israel - Twelve rockets fired from the Gaza Strip hit Israel on Wednesday in the first hours that followed a ceasefire agreement ending hostilities in the week-long Gaza conflict, a police spokesman told AFP.
The Israeli spokesman added that the attacks caused no injuries or damage, with the rockets mostly landing in open fields in the south of the Jewish state.
A ceasefire agreement announced in Cairo on Wednesday, November 21, went into effect at 1900 GMT, requiring both sides to halt fire immediately and for Israel to start opening Gaza's border if the truce holds for 24 hours. - Agence France-Presse