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Topic - Mickey Ronsenfeld
Police say a rocket fired from the Gaza Strip caused damage just south of the city of Ashkelon, as tensions continue to mount between Israelis and Palestinians, just weeks before President Obama is due to make his first visit to the area.
Mickey Ronsenfeld, a Israeli police spokesman, found remnants of the rocket, but said nobody was injured, The Associated Press reports.