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Israeli villagers escape unharmed after Gaza rocket attack

10 July 2014 Last updated at 12:06 BST

People in a village in Israel have escaped unharmed after rockets were launched at their homes from Gaza.

Two missiles landed in a workshop and playroom of a house that was unoccupied.

Tensions between Israel and Gaza militants remain high.

The Gaza health ministry says 80 people have been killed in air strikes by Israel since the current offensive began.

Israel says militants have fired more than 365 rockets from Gaza since Tuesday and that it has attacked about 780 targets over the same time.

James Reynolds reports from Kfar Aza, a kibbutz near the Gaza border.

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