Israel air raid hits Gaza in response to rocket fire
The military said the rocket landed in an open area in the southern region of Shaar HaNegev
Israel carried out an air strike against two Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip after a rocket was fired onto its territory on Monday night, the military said.
"In response to this evening's rocket fire, the IAF (Israeli Air Force) targeted two Hamas terror sites in Gaza," the military said on its Twitter account.
It said the rocket had landed in an open area in the southern region of Shaar HaNegev, which borders Gaza, without causing any injuries.
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