4 mortar shells fired from Gaza hit western Negev

Projectiles land in open areas with no injuries, damaged reported; shots fired at IDF soldiers near southern Gaza border.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
March 18, 2011 14:36
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Four mortar shells fired from the Gaza Strip landed in the western Negev early Friday afternoon.

The projectiles landed in open areas, causing no casualties or damage.

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Earlier on Friday, Shots were fired at IDF soldiers near the southern border of the Gaza Strip.

No injuries were reported and no damage was caused as a result.

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