Israel have launched air strikes on Gaza on Saturday, in response to rockets allegedly fired by Palestinian militants into southern Israel.
Three air strikes have been launched so far, which targeted what the IDF referred to as “terror sites” in the northern Gaza Strip.
NBC News reports:
Late on Friday, Gaza militants had fired at least two rockets into Israel. One struck a town, damaging a bus but causing no injuries. A second was shot down by a missile defense system.
It was the eleventh rocket attack so far in 2015, the IDF said.
The cross-border violence came as tension remained high in Jerusalem and the West Bank, where Israeli security forces and Palestinians have clashed over the past week.
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