After brief respite, violence continues in Gaza and South

March 12, 2012 04:23


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Two Grad rockets were fired from Gaza into Beersheba late Sunday night, after a short respite in rocket fire in the South.

One projectile was intercepted by the Iron Dome rocket defense system, and the second exploded in an open space outside the city. A siren was heard in the area. No injuries or damages were reported.

Meanwhile, the IAF struck a weapon storage site, and five rocket launching sites in Gaza.

The IDF confirmed hits on its targets.

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