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Israelis readjust after truce stops rockets raining down – for now

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By Eli Berlzon ASHKELON, Israel (Reuters) – Tidying up her building’s bomb shelter after 11 days of conflict when Palestinian militant rockets rained down, Israeli mother Tammy Zamir felt relief mixed with worry that a truce to this round of fighting did not mean an end to the violence. “I am happy that it’s over but on the other side I’m certain there will be another escalation and we will be scared once again and have to go down to the shelter,” she said, speaking in the Israeli city of Ashkelon. Looking on, after alerts had rung out night and day, Zamir’s son Osher said: “Iā€™m scared of the …

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