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In Israeli Town, Bombs Are 'Routine'

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In Israeli Town, Bombs Are 'Routine'

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In Israeli Town, Bombs Are 'Routine'

In Israeli Town, Bombs Are 'Routine'

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As the death toll climbs in the Gaza Strip, residents of Sderot, Israel reflect on months of rocket attacks from Hamas forces. Madeleine Brand talks to Anav Silverman of Sderot, about what it's like to endure a continuous threat of violence.

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