Israel strikes Gaza after rocket attack
The Israeli military said Saturday it had conducted airstrikes against targets in the Gaza Strip following a rocket attack from the Palestinian enclave, in the second such exchange in as many days.
The strikes hit what the military described as "terror targets" operated by Gaza's Islamist ruling party Hamas.
They included a "training facility, an anti-aircraft missile launcher post, a concrete production plant & terror tunnel infrastructure".
A Hamas spokesman said that despite the Israeli action, "Gaza still fights and doesn't break."
An Israeli army spokesperson said the rocket hit open ground and caused no casualties or damage.
It was the second such exchange in recent days. Late Thursday, Palestinian militants fired a rocket at southern Israel, prompting the army to launch retaliatory air strikes on Gaza that caused no casualties.