Israel Strikes Back at Gaza After Rocket Hits Kindergarten Building

Rocket fire from the Gaza Strip hit a building in Sderot.

The Associated Press reported that the building, hit Friday, was a kindergarten.

In response, Israeli combat aircraft hit components of Hamas’ infrastructure in Gaza, the army said in a statement Saturday.

No one was injured in the exchange. The kindergarten was empty at the time it was hit.


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