Israel says it has completed Gaza strikes after rocket fire

JERUSALEM -- Israel said early Friday it has completed a series of airstrikes on targets linked to the Islamic Jihad militant group in Gaza after rocket fire that rattled a day-old truce.

The military statement indicated that Israel was willing to abide by the cease-fire if there are no additional rocket attacks.

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