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In light of Wednesday’s rocket attack in Beersheba, the Airport Authority changed the landing patterns at Ben Gurion Airport on Thursday evening, the body said in a statement.
This does not change the flights schedules.
On Wednesday morning, two rockets launched from the Gaza landed in Israel, one hit a home in Beersheba and the second fell in the sea next to a central Israeli city.
The Israeli Air Force responded and struck 20 terror targets across the Gaza Strip later that morning.
Anna Ahronheim contributed to this report.
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