Israeli soldiers near the Israel-Gaza border on Monday. Air raid sirens sounded in southern Israel on Monday after a rocket was fired from the Gaza Strip. Photo: AP Israeli soldiers near the Israel-Gaza border on Monday. Air raid sirens sounded in southern Israel on Monday after a rocket was fired from the Gaza Strip. Photo: AP
Israeli soldiers near the Israel-Gaza border on Monday. Air raid sirens sounded in southern Israel on Monday after a rocket was fired from the Gaza Strip. Photo: AP
Israel

Air raid sirens sound in Israel after rocket fired from Gaza Strip for first time since May’s 11-day war

  • There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the rocket fire, which came hours after Israeli troops clashed with Palestinian gunmen in the West Bank
  • The rocket fire could jeopardise three months of relative calm since Israel and the militant group Hamas, which rules the Gaza Strip, struck a ceasefire

Topic |   Israel
Israeli soldiers near the Israel-Gaza border on Monday. Air raid sirens sounded in southern Israel on Monday after a rocket was fired from the Gaza Strip. Photo: AP Israeli soldiers near the Israel-Gaza border on Monday. Air raid sirens sounded in southern Israel on Monday after a rocket was fired from the Gaza Strip. Photo: AP
Israeli soldiers near the Israel-Gaza border on Monday. Air raid sirens sounded in southern Israel on Monday after a rocket was fired from the Gaza Strip. Photo: AP
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