Deadly Bombs Strike Buses in Israeli Town

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Israeli rescue workers at the scene after bomb blasts ripped through two buses. Credit: Reuters

Israeli rescue workers at the scene after bomb blasts ripped through two buses in the southern Israeli city of Beersheba. Reuters hide caption

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Israeli rescue workers at the scene after bomb blasts ripped through two buses. Credit: Reuters

Israeli rescue workers at the scene after bomb blasts ripped through two buses in the southern Israeli city of Beersheba. Reuters hide caption

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A double suicide bombing strikes in the Israeli desert town of Beersheeba, killing at least 15. Dozens more were wounded in the Palestinian attack on two buses, the worst such attack inside Israel in over five months. NPR's Linda Gradstein reports.

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