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Israeli army says not aware of Mediterranean missile launch

Moscow had warned that its early warning system detected two missiles launched on the Mediterranean's eastern coastline

AFP , Tuesday 3 Sep 2013
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Israel's army said on Tuesday it was "not familiar" with any missiles being launched in the Mediterranean Sea, as reported by Russia's Defence Ministry.

"We are not familiar with launches of missiles in the Mediterranean," an army spokeswoman told AFP.

Moscow's Defence Ministry, as cited by Russian news agencies, said its early warning system had detected the launch of two ballistic missiles from the central part of the Mediterranean fired towards the sea's eastern coastline.

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