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Suicide Blast in Tel Aviv Shatters Truce

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Suicide Blast in Tel Aviv Shatters Truce

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Suicide Blast in Tel Aviv Shatters Truce

Suicide Blast in Tel Aviv Shatters Truce

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Israeli rescue workers survey the scene of a suicide blast in Tel Aviv, early Feb. 26. Reuters hide caption

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An apparent suicide bombing in Tel Aviv near a nightclub kills several and wounds dozens. There are conflicting reports about who was responsible for the blast, which comes after a period of relative quiet and an informal truce between Palestinians and Israel.

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