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Israelis take shelter in pipes as rocket fire continues from Gaza

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Israelis take cover in a large concrete pipe used as a bomb shelter after a rocket was launched from the Gaza Strip on Nov. 15, 201, in Nitzan, Israel.

Story: Israelis, Palestinians tense as violence escalates along Gaza border

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An Israeli child next to a large concrete pipe used as a bomb shelter during a rocket attack from the Gaza Strip on Nov. 15, 2012, in Nitzan.

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Israeli children play outside a large concrete pipe used as a bomb shelter on Nov. 15 in Nitzan.

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Israelis sit inside a sewage pipe used as shelter during a warning of incoming rockets in the southern community of Nitzan on Nov. 15, 2012.

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Two sides exchange deadly airstrikes, rocket attacks.

EDITOR’S NOTE, Nov. 16: The captions on the first three photos above have been corrected. Due to an error in the captions supplied by Getty Images, they had originally located the pipe in Kiryat Malachi. All of the pictures were in fact taken in Nitzan.

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