Rocket Launched From Gaza Falls in Israel


No injuries have been reported from the attack, which came as Israelis celebrated Independence Day.

A rocket fired by terrorists in the Gaza Strip landed in Israel near the southern city of Sederot on April 23, according to a tweet made by the Israel Defense Forces’ spokesman's office.

The tweet added that no injuries had been reported so far from the incident.

The rocket, which triggered air sirens as Israelis celebrated their 67th Independence Day, was the fourth to be fired into Israel since Israel and Hamas agreed on a truce at the end of last August, ending a bloody, 50-day conflict last summer, according to a report in the Jerusalem Post.


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