Israeli jets reported to hit Gaza in fresh reprisal

There are unconfirmed reports from Israeli and Palestinian sources of fresh Israeli strikes in southern Gaza and possibly other parts of the Strip.

There is no immediate confirmation from the Israeli military.

According to Israel Radio, the bombings were carried out by Israeli jets.

The reports come hours after tanks hit targets in the northern Gaza Strip — reportedly a Hamas training site — in response to a rocket being fired at the Israeli city of Sderot.

There have been no reports of Palestinian injuries.

The rocket, which was fired from the Gaza Strip, struck a street in the city of Sderot — a few miles from Beit Hanoun — just before 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, police said, causing damage and sending three people to the hospital suffering from anxiety attacks.

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