Rocket Fired from Gaza Lands in Southern Israel

A rocket fired from Gaza landed in southern Israel.

Code Red sirens sounded in communities on the border with Gaza before the rocket landed in an open area on Monday evening. There were no injuries and no obvious damage. Area residents reported hearing an explosion.

It was the second rocket fired from Gaza at southern Israel in less than a week. A rocket fired from Gaza on Wednesday that landed in a field caused no injuries or damage.


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