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Hezbollah makes its deadliest strike

By Anne Barnard and Matthew Kalman
Globe Staff and Globe Correspondent / July 17, 2006

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HAIFA, Israel -- A Hezbollah rocket struck a railway repair shed in the city yesterday, killing eight engineers and wounding 30 people in the deadliest blow to Israel in five days of fighting with the Lebanese-based militant group. (Full article: 1074 words)

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