Rockets continue to fall on the western Negev on Wednesday morning, with two rockets landing in Sderot and one landing in an open field in the Eshkol region.
One rocket landed in an open area near the cemetery of Netivot. Another rocket also exploded in an open area near a settlement nearby.
No one was
injured and no damage was reported.
The continuation of rockets follows an air force attack on smuggling tunnels in the northern Gaza strip, the IDF Spokesman's Office said late Tuesday night. The strike was in response to the firing of several rockets at the Negev from the same targets in northern Gaza.
Schools in Netivot and other towns in southern Israel will continue as normal.
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