We will not stop anything until the rocket firing ends,” he added. Asked whether there were any efforts to reach a cease-fire, Aharonovitch said, “Not now.” Israeli officials said the government had authorized the army to mobilize an additional 40,000 troops, if needed, for the operation. By nightfall, the army said it had mobilized half of the forces, in addition to 1,500 reservists earlier activated. View gallery Smoke and fire rise from an Israeli missle strike in Rafah, Tuesday, July 8, 2014. The Israeli milit The rocket attacks and Israeli counterstrikes have intensified in recent weeks as tensions have soared over the killing of three Israeli teenagers and the apparent revenge killing of a Palestinian teenager by three Jewish suspects. Following the kidnappings of the Israeli teens on June 12, Israel launched a massive crackdown on Hamas in the West Bank, leading to the surge in rocket fire from Gaza. Tuesday’s fighting was the heaviest since a similar Israeli offensive in November 2012.
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A fisherman who used chum to attract sharks to the pier had cut it loose after hooking it but failing to land it, Robles said. Marine biologist Eric Martin told CNN affiliate KABC that it likely was a “response bite” by the juvenile shark and “the swimmer just happened to be at the wrong place at the wrong time.” “I thought ‘Oh, my God, this is it, I’m gonna die,” Robles said. But the shark’s bite was not deep, sparing Robles’ ribs and organs, he said. “It wasn’t a full-size bite,” said Capt. Tracy Lizlotte, a lifeguard for the Los Angeles County Fire Department. The scars to his psyche may be deeper.
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Kendall’s heroic actions last Wednesday morning after she spent the night have only strengthened their connection. “I was in bed, and then all of a sudden I heard these weird noises, so I turned my head and it was my Nana, Kendall said. And she was drenched in sweat, so then I turned her over and ran to her side, and started to do CPR.” The fifth-grader called 911, carefully following the instructions. “I was doing chest compressions. I was counting like, ‘One, two, three, four,'” Kendall said. She calmly waited for paramedics to arrive, who were surprised to find an 11-year-old handling the life-or-death emergency.
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