The early warning sirens of rocket-battered Sderot wailed to life just after 11:00 Sunday morning, followed by the sounds of at least two explosions heard by residents of the city in the western Negev.
Authorities were searching for the impacts zones, which were apparently in open areas outside the city, and no injuries or damages had been reported.
The latest barrage comes after three rockets targeting Israeli communities were launched by terrorists in the adjacent Gaza Strip over the weekend.
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