Four mortar shells were fired into southern Israel on Wednesday, landing in the Eshkol Regional Council area. No injuries or damage were reported.
A Code Red alarm sounded in the same area about an hour after the mortar attacks, followed by a loud explosion. The explosion was believed to be a Kassam-type rocket. No one was injured in the attack.
Earlier on Wednesday two mortar shells fired from the Gaza Strip landed in the same area, injuring no one.
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