Deadly Suicide Bombing Strikes Israeli Town

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An Israeli policeman surveys the scene following an explosion in the northern Israeli city of Hadera

An Israeli policeman surveys the scene following an explosion in the northern Israeli city of Hadera, Oct. 26. Reuters hide caption

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A suicide bombing in the Israeli town of Hadera kills five people and wounds 30. The militant group Islamic Jihad claimed responsibility for the bomb. Palestinian leaders condemned the attack, the first inside Israel since it withdrew from the Gaza Strip.

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